Amy Stulick

Staff Reporter (Health Care, Law)

Phone: 818-316-3121 Extension: 112

Recent Stories

Partnership Puts HR Firm in Construction Management Sector

Calabasas-based Arcoro, a human resources management company, on Thursday announced it has formed a partnership with construction management software company Procore.

Valley’s Stellar Economic Growth Now Slowing a Bit, Economist Says

While economic growth in the San Fernando Valley is facing a slowdown, growth of 3.4 percent for this year would still outpace the state and nation.

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Jet Edge Acquires Air Charter Service in Ohio

Jet Edge International announced it has acquired Columbus, Ohio-based JetSelect Aviation.

Amgen to Collaborate on Development of Lung Cancer Drug

Amgen Inc. on Monday announced it will collaborate with Guardant Health Inc. and Qiagen N.V. to further its research on AMG 510, a pipeline drug designed to treat metastatic lung cancer.

Jant Pharmacal Wins Contract to Supply Lab Test Kits

Jant Pharmacal Corp. has won a contract with health care performance improvement company Vizient Inc., starting Feb. 1.

Pfizer Exec Joining T.O. Biotech

A fairly low-profile pharmaceutical company in Thousand Oaks has brought on a longtime Pfizer executive and co-inventor of the drug Zoloft to be in a management position.

Endonovo Secures Patent for Stroke Device

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Tuesday issued a patent to Endonovo Therapeutics for usage of its SofPulse technology in stroke victims.

Data Breach Recovery at Casamba

Electronic medical record business hit by malware.

Agoura Hills electronic medical record company Casamba was the target of a malware attack in November, affecting its home health and hospice products.

Valley Tech on Display

Local presence at SoCalBio conference about digital health.

SoCalBio’s Digital Health Conference hosted biotech companies and venture capital firms from around the globe

Union Calls Strike at Kaiser Site

Panorama City mental health workers set up picket line.

Mental health workers on Dec. 16 set up a picket line outside Kaiser Permanente’s Panorama City Medical Center to strike against inadequate staffing numbers, as well as poor retirement and health benefits.

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