The vast majority of working Americans get health insurance through their employer and employers can adopt various strategies to move the needle in healthcare.
Loxo’s data highlight growing industry interest in so-called “basket” trials and drugs that targeted to genetic markers instead of tumor types.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has finally signed a $10 billion, 10-year contract with Cerner to update its electronic medical record system, thereby replacing its homegrown VistA EHR.
In addition to airports, the company’s Google Glass-enabled technology has been used to help individuals navigate college campuses, train stations, and city centers.
According to a CNBC report, the three companies have shifted to looking for a candidate with a bit more entrepreneurial experience.
Through DrFirst’s new Connected Care Communities initiative, providers can exchange patient medication information and facilitate referrals without having to use the same EHR software.
In his commencement address, Siddhartha Mukherjee exhorted the audience and especially the young graduates to commit to establishing themselves as the “listening generation or Generation L and the power of empathy to figure out the [Read More]
The $30 million fund, which will be managed by healthcare investment firm Aphelion Capital, will focus on treatment innovations for cardiovascular disease, stroke care, and diabetes
Felix Ehrat steps down amid controversy over $1.2 million in payments to Trump attorney that the Swiss drug maker disclosed last week.
After flying under the radar for a year, Beam Therapeutics debuts with a round of venture capital funding and big ambitions in CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing involving its base editing platform.