Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Sustainability and Cause News & Media
Eighty percent of people dying from noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) reside in low- to middle-income countries without sufficient access to treatment. The impact of healthcare costs and lost productivity on emerging economies is staggering. Through our Global NCD Initiative, Medtronic is...
A cooperative effort between Twin Cities in Motion and Medtronic, Global Heroes® is a first-of-its-kind program that brings runners from around the world who benefit from medical technology to Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota to run in Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon events.
Funded through Medtronic Philanthropy, HealthRise is a five-year, $17 million effort specifically designed to improve the health of people living with cardiovascular disease and diabetes, two of the world’s most devastating chronic, non-communicable diseases, by empowering them with resources...
Every year, Medtronic honors inspirational individuals who have benefited from medical technology and who have used their "extra life" to serve others. The honor includes a $20,000 charitable grant, donated to a non-profit organization selected by the honoree, and an awards celebration in...
Disaster relief: When unexpected natural disasters occur, we mobilize money, supplies and employee skills to support immediate relief, and short- and longer-term healthcare needs. - See more at: http://philanthropy.medtronic.com
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Medtronic Launches $17-Million Program To Improve Heart Disease, Diabetes Care For Underserved Populations
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Medtronic Opens Applications for 2014 Bakken Invitation Award; Unveils Online Community to Connect People With Medical Devices Who “Live On. Give On.”
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