What do Microsoft, Aetna, Twitter, IBM, Ogilvy Consulting, Biogen and dozens of healthcare startups have in common? All appear in discussions about issues at the nexus of healthcare and technology in Icons.Health, a new video series produced by AbelsonTaylor.
Spending on health-care advertising in the United States almost doubled over the past two decades as companies compete for their share of the world’s largest healthcare market, a U.S. study suggests.
New York City launched a $100 million health insurance program to cover 600,000 uninsured residents, including those unable to afford coverage and those living in the United States illegally.
The Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association (HBA) announced the 2019 Woman of the Year, Honorable Mentor and STAR award honorees.
Healthcare stocks rallied with U.S. health insurers reaching record highs as results of the 2018 mid-term elections were seen reducing the likelihood of action to cut medical costs and programs in the world’s biggest and most profitable market.
It began with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) “hackathons” and a billion-dollar inspiration.
Frustrated by delays in new medicines reaching their own country, a small but growing number of patients are turning to an online broker that bills itself as a legal version of the Dallas Buyers Club.
The hospitality worker’s union UNITE HERE blasted congress for scrapping an amendment to the FY 2019 appropriations bill that would have required drug makers to include list prices in direct-to-consumer television ads.
Klick Health’s growing commercialization partner portfolio is proud of the successful exit of Circulation, one of Klick’s first incubation initiatives.
An estimated 6.3 million children died before their 15th birthdays in 2017 – or one every five seconds – mostly due to a lack of water, sanitation, nutrition and basic healthcare, according to report by United Nations agencies.