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Insiders Seem Bullish About Centene’s Future
Jessica Blume, who sits on the company’s board of directors, led the way in buying Centene shares.
New Treatment for Myelofibrosis
Inrebic Reduces Symptoms by 50% in Some Patients
Clot Ingestion System Receives Breakthrough Device Designation Status
Novel Catheter-based Technology for Treating Acute Ischemic Stroke
FDA Approves Rinvoq for Moderate to Severe Rheumatoid Arthritis
Decision supported by data from more than 4,000 patients
FDA Approves Neuromodulation Therapy for Patients With Advanced Heart Failure
Triggers the Body’s Own Natural Blood Flow Regulation
Nursing Homes Not Turning to Telemedicine
Even though it would seem to be a natural fit, a host of cultural, regulatory and insurance barriers keep the technology at bay.
Something That’s Mined and Is ‘As Old As Dirt’ Will Potentially Cost Hospitals Plenty
Selenious Acid Injection, used in the intravenous feeding process, is replacing Selenium, but could cost 1,300% more.
Insurers Blew the Whistle on What They’re Calling a Hospital Scam
But not before EmpowerHMS allegedly bilked millions from payers and left hundreds of employees in rural areas without jobs, back pay, and health insurance.
Novartis May Face Criminal Charges Over Alleged Data Manipulation
CEO Vas Narasimhan, MD, plays defense as the FDA and lawmakers scrutinize the scandal surrounding the approval of the $2.125-million-per-treatment Zolgensma.
Wound Closure Alternative Outperforms Staples, Sutures
Zip Device Faster to Apply, Minimizes Scarring
New Drug Targets Classic Signposts of Alzheimer’s Disease
May Solve Two Problems at Once
First Non-Controlled Substance Treatment for Narcolepsy
Statistically Significant Improvement in Excessive Daytime Sleepiness
New Treatment Could Lead to Remission in Deadly Condition
Researcher Made Himself Guinea Pig to Test the Drug
Revolutionary Therapy Achieves 90% Cure Rate for Deadliest TB Strain
Treatment Shorter, Less Complicated Than Typical Regimen
Inherited Pancreatic Cancer-Risk Mutation Identified
Finding Could Spur New Targeted Treatments
How blockchain has strange bedfellows singing kumbaya
AI for all that ails American health care. But how smart is that?
At Johns Hopkins, payroll additions are doing duty as SDOH intervention
No winks. But Penn ‘nudges, nudges’ clinicians, patients to better decisions.
Paramedics providing care before it is an emergency
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