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California Biomedical Companies Report Higher Product Approvals, Fewer Delays
Date:1/8/2013

of 2012, a greater amount than any other state and equal to the total combined amount that went to companies in the next eight states, ranked by VC investments.
  •     No. 1 in federal funding: $3.33 billion in funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) went to California institutions, more than any other state and 15.1 percent of total national NIH funding.
  • “As the center of biomedical innovation in the U.S, California’s biomedical industry is a national treasure,” said Gail Maderis, president and CEO of BayBio. “But the pace of R&D productivity and its global leadership position hang on the availability of capital to fund future innovation and a regulatory framework that is based on consistency and innovative technologies.”

    The 2013 California Biomedical Industry Report includes findings from a survey of 175 biomedical company CEOs, who report significant improvements in the FDA regulatory process over the past year and a notable reduction in project delays due to regulatory issues. Despite this progress, biomedical companies say that lack of adequate funding, government pricing intervention and the FDA regulatory environment represent the biggest risks to future success in biomedical innovation.

    The 2013 Biomedical Industry Report found:

    •     Nearly 14 percent of respondents said that the FDA regulatory process had improved over the prior year.
    •     Sixteen percent of biomedical companies delayed a project because of regulation this past year, a 17 percent decline from the previous year.
    •     Fifty nine percent of CEOs cited limited or lack of access to capital as the most threatening issue to the short-term health of biomedical innovation.
    •     More than 50 percent of CEOs report that health insurance coverage and reimbursement issues have beco
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