Arizona Bioscience News: Vomaris Innovations raises $1.5M; Banner expands TeleHealth; Mayo upgrades EMR

October 25, 2018

By Matt Ellsworth

Tempe medical device company re-energized with $1.5M funding round / Phoenix Business Journal

Tempe-based Vomaris Innovations Inc., a medical device company which uses bioelectronics to treat wounds, has received a fresh capital infusion of $1.5 million that will be used to expand manufacturing and launch medical products internationally.

Arizona-based BioLab Sciences gets patent for regenerative tissue therapy / AZ Big Media

Scottsdale-based BioLab Sciences, which creates regenerative medicine technologies, has licensed technology for a painless, non-surgical procedure that leverages a patient’s own skin to produce full-thickness skin graft.

Banner program helps break distance barrier to treat mental health / Tucson News Now

Banner University Medical Center in Tucson hopes to expand its offerings under Banner Health’s TeleHealth virtual program that gives people living in six rural communities access to mental health services.

Mayo Clinic rolls out medical record system upgrade In Arizona / KJZZ

Mayo Clinic’s new Epic electronic-medical-record software, which is rolling out at Arizona and Florida Mayo Clinic locations this month, will allow patients to check into appointments electronically and change their records ahead of their visit.

UA hosts medical research fair / KGUN

The University of Arizona College of Medicine in Tucson hosted a medical research and invention fair where researchers presented their ongoing projects and inventions.