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Oakland County's new Community Health Improvement Plan provides a road map for healthy living

Oakland County's new Community Health Improvement Plan is part of a community-wide health improvement initiative Energizing Connections for Healthier Oakland created with the goal of achieving a community where everyone who lives, works, attends schools, worships, or plays in Oakland County is a healthy person.

Dr. Ehrmann getting ready for the inaugural HealthyTown-Everywhere event

HealthyTown-Everywhere debuts at Holiday Market in Royal Oak this Saturday

Dr. Paul Ehrmann, D.O. is behind a new program launching this Saturday, July 16, called HealthyTown-Everywhere, a partnership between his office, Holiday Market in Royal Oak, the Michigan State College of Osteopathic Medicine, and the Coordinated Dietetics Program at Wayne State University.

China Signing Ceremony

Medical Main Street goes international

Oakland County’s Medical Main Street and the People’s Republic of China and its life science program, China Medical City, entered into a “Friendship City” relationship to explore opportunities for promoting and commercializing new products and technologies in life science, business, education, energy and the environment.

Dr. Perez-Cruet

Network with Medical Main Street at September 16th INNO-VENTION Reception

Your company could be a Medical Main Street success story. The next opportunity to network with Medical Main Street companies is coming up September 16 for the INNO-VENTION Reception, featuring the INNO-VATOR of the Year Awards held at Petruzello’s in Troy.

IRiS 3200 in Patient Room

Infection Prevention Technologies Makes Hospitals Safer for Patients with its Innovative Technology

Infection Prevention Technologies applies much of the technology and know-how used in the automotive segment and adapts it for use in new healthcare applications.

Rob Chioini

Rockwell Medical's innovative drug Triferic will impact iron deficiency therapy around the world

Wixom-based Rockwell Medical is preparing to release its industry-changing iron maintenance and replacement therapeutic drug treatment Triferic to the market later this year, positioning itself as a global leader in its field. 

Beaumont Neuroscience Center

The Beaumont Neuroscience Center of Excellence consolidates services in new $22 million building

Beaumont Health System has unveiled the new $22 million, 80,000-square-foot Beaumont Neuroscience Center of Excellence at their Royal Oak campus, a comprehensive consolidation of multiple neurological services for children and adults.

Krischa Winright

Priority Health's Krischa Winright is Keynote Speaker at Medical Main Street's INNO-VENTION 2014

Medical Main Street has announced that Krischa Winright, chief information officer for Priority Health and vice president of information technology for Spectrum Health, will be the keynote speaker for INNO-VENTION 2014, Southeastern Michigan’s premier healthcare and life science conference.

Providence Hospital and Medical Center

Downtown Southfield is the Place to Be

Southfield does not have a traditional "downtown" the way we understand traditional downtowns in cities small and large. But there is indeed a section of Southfield that is under the management of the Southfield Downtown Development Authority. What it "lacks" in traditional downtown living it makes up for in infrastructure and growing industries.


A Vital Connection

Inspired by personal struggles with cancer, Stephen Goldner partnered with David Fuehrer to launch CureLauncher, a company that connects patients with experimental treatments. In less than a year this Bloomfield Hills-based startup has seen an incredible response from hospitals, health organizations, investors and, most importantly, doctors and their patients.


INNO-VENTION 2013 Connects Ideas with Possibilities

INNO-VENTION 2013, a Medical Main Street Conference will return this year with a focus on the interrelationship between medical devices and health IT – including the impact of mobile technology on the future of healthcare. The event provides not only an opportunity for education, but also collaboration across various segments of the medical industry.


Medical Main Street Visits Dubai

Few counties in the United States can claim the international diversity of Oakland County’s business community – 900 firms from 37 foreign countries call Oakland County home. County Executive L. Brooks Patterson frequently cites the county’s foreign firms as a critical part of Oakland County’s economic signature.


Medical Main Street names two companies INNO-VENTION 2012 “Innovators of the Year”

A Southfield company that created a device to alert doctors when nerves are at risk of injury during surgery and a Kalamazoo company whose technology treats hypertension were chosen as Medical Main Street “Innovators of the Year.”

St. John’s Providence Hospital

Inno-Vention: The Road to Innovation

Did you know that Oakland County and the surrounding region is becoming one of the fastest-growing medical technology areas in the nation?  We are emerging as a global center of innovation in health care, research and development, education and commercialization in the life sciences industry.  This means jobs, lots of jobs, and Oakland County's Medical Main Street inaugural INNO-VENTION Conference is all about fostering the growth of this industry. 

Photo Credit: Beaumont Health System

National speaker to discuss health care reform for Medical Main Street’s inaugural Inno-Vention 2012

For Oakland County's Medical Main Street inaugural Inno-Vention Conference (Oct. 3-5 in Rochester), prominent national keynote speaker Thomas Novelli, vice president of government relations for the Washington D.C.'s based Medical Device Manufacturers Association (MDMA), will discuss the effects of health care reform on the medical device industry. 
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