Financing Immune Pharmaceuticals

| December 1, 2016

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Like many micro-cap companies, Immune Pharmaceuticals has had to overcome the challenges of structured financings. Stock price and liquidity are key drivers for an early stage biotech company to raise sufficient capital to advance its pipeline. The good news is that IMNP finally has a clean cap table with no outstanding preferred shares, low percentage of warrants, and relatively low debt level. Additionally, IMNP has excellent daily liquidity. The reverse split is an option that IMNP will consider based on market conditions as well as company performance and prospects. IMNP will also consider the potential impact of any reverse split on the liquidity of the stock.

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Article | February 25, 2020

Every member of the health care team shares a common goal of optimizing patient outcomes. Yet each specialty and position of the healthcare team has a unique workflow facilitated by various tools, from an operative report to a progress note. In this regard the pharmacist plays a pivotal function in medication management and requires documentation specific to that role. The Pharmacist eCare Plan (PeCP) allows for an interoperable note to be used in the pharmacy to assist in the exchange of patient information, including active medication list, laboratory results, and payer information. To allow for this, a new type of clinical document architecture for the PeCP was created and standardized for use across pharmacies.

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Article | March 2, 2020

I recently discussed the different ways that consumer-grade smartphones can compromise patients’ health, safety and overall care. However, some clinicians and healthcare administrators have indicated in recent months that they need help selecting the right enterprise-grade mobility solutions for their unique operating models and workflows. There are many different hardware and software options, and a single rugged device can come in multiple configurations. So, how do you know if you’re picking the right communication tools for your clinicians? The key is to first set performance expectations for the total mobility solution rather than the device alone.

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