China is set to add more than 300 new and traditional drugs to its list of medicines the state will help patients pay for, the first change in more than seven years that will boost treatments for cancer, kidney disease, hepatitis and hemophilia.
Johnson & Johnson will launch an all-cash tender offer in Switzerland to acquire all of the outstanding shares of Actelion for $280 per share.
U.S. health insurers are making their case to Republican lawmakers over how Americans sign up for individual insurance and pushing for other changes to shape the replacement of former President Barack Obama’s national healthcare law.
It’s unclear whether everyone should be screened for a common sleep-related breathing problem, a government-backed U.S. panel says.
The prescribing label for Biogen’s big-selling oral multiple sclerosis drug Tecfidera has been updated to include a warning of potential liver injury.
The list of candidates to lead the World Health Organization (WHO) and rebuild its battered reputation after its slow response to West Africa’s deadly Ebola outbreak was whittled down to three, with a final choice due in May 2017.
A new study published in Scientific Reports found Noom Coach users who lived in colder temperatures were most successful at losing weight.
In a letter to Congress and the Administration, leading healthcare organizations called for a renewed effort to move to value-based, patient-centered payment models that reward improved quality and cost-effective care. Central to this effort is addressing the perverse incentives in the fee-for-service system, and antiquated laws and regulations that impede innovation and care coordination.
The U.S. FDA granted final approval to Aurobindo Pharma Limited’s generic treatment for multiple sclerosis.
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