We found out how much typical employees at 23 biotechs make
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- We found out how much typical employees at 23 biotechs make;
- Two major health systems are making a big bet on hospital-level care at home;
- A CDC panel signs off on Pfizer's shot for 12- to 15-year-olds.
Employees at top biotech companies can get paid up to $701,000. Here's where workers made the most in 2020.
- Insider analyzed median employee
payat more than 100 drug companies to identify the best-paying firms.
- Here are the 23 best-paying biotechs, which all paid over $300,000 to their typical worker in 2020.
- At the top are TG Therapeutics ($701,000), Reata Pharmaceuticals ($568,580), and Kodiak Sciences ($517,381).
Why two major health systems are investing $100 million in a startup that helps doctors provide hospital-level care at home
- Kaiser Permanente and Mayo Clinic are investing $100 million to scale in-home care startup Medically Home.
- The investment comes as doctors and
hospitalsembrace remote care amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Investor interest in a crop of companies helping hospitals provide in-home care is growing.
- A panel of CDC advisors voted Wednesday to allow Pfizer's vaccine to be administered to teens aged 12-15.
- The vote by the independent committee of 15 experts was near unanimous, with 14 in favor and one recusal.
- "This is another way to get closer to ending this horrible pandemic," one advisor said.
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