Here are six nursing homes closures covered by Becker’s since Sept. 1:
FDA review of biosimilar and interchangeable products requires a 351(k) biologics license application that includes information demonstrating biosimilarity.
The district court ruling follows a Supreme Court decision against HHS restrictions on the 340B drug discount program for safety net providers.
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FDA has approved Dupixent (dupilumab) injection for the treatment of adults with prurigo nodularis (PN). This is the first FDA-approved treatment for PN.
While U.S. hybrid employees are in various roles within companies, managers are struggling the most with this working model, Gallup finds.
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Kate Harrigan was selected as human resources director of Stephens Memorial Hospital in Norway, Maine, part of Portland-based MaineHealth.
Smoking cost the U.S. economy $436.7 billion in 2020, according to a Sept. 28 report from the American Cancer Society.
Here are six hospital and health system chief human resources officer moves that have been reported by Becker’s this year.
With nursing shortages not going away anytime soon, it’s important to look at how nursing compensation has evolved.
Sinai Hospital of Baltimore has broken ground on a $50 million expansion project that will double its emergency department.
Healthcare services company Press Ganey is naming Amy Compton-Phillips, MD, as its consulting division’s president and chief clinical officer.
HCA Florida Orange Park Hospital has named Mary Tabor, MSN, RN, as its new chief nursing officer.
Digital pathology technologies, already popular in Europe, are primed for growth in the U.S., according to a report from KLAS research.
Two of the largest nonprofit health systems, Ascension and CommonSpirit Health, ended fiscal year 2022 with losses.
Epic is working to develop a new software application that aims to help physicians treat patients with rare diseases, WisBusiness reported Sept. 28.
While COVID-19 metrics are still down nationwide, there are early signs that the U.S. may be headed for a fall surge.
Hospitals and health systems have adjusted their operations as Hurricane Ian batters the state, and at least one facility has already reported damage.
Massachusetts is the latest state to settle with Centene Corp. over allegations that it overcharged Medicaid prescription drug programs.
The World Health Organization began accepting suggestions to rename monkeypox Aug. 12, but a decision has yet to be made, Bloomberg reported Sept. 28.
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Five health systems recently posted job listings seeking vice presidents of revenue cycle.
A community foundation filed a petition Sept. 28 to block Prospect Medical Holdings from closing Delaware County Memorial Hospital, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer.
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The two companies have agreed an exclusive collaboration that will see Aptarâs SmartTrack testing service be complemented by Fluiddaâs functional respiratory imaging technology.
The company will deploy capital to build a new facility and to introduce upgrades across the Cork site to improve its overall carbon footprint.
GSK pays for the exclusive license of Speroâs late-stage antibiotic to potentially treat complicated urinary tract infections.
New formulation may be suitable for large-scale trials and commercial supply in the future
DEKRA has become the first organisation to complete the new designation process
Researchers have developed an open and flexible liquid chromatography-native ion mobility mass spectrometry method to separate and analyse native protein/protein complexes and monoclonal antibodies (mAbs). […]
The installation of the SoftVue technology comes amid Delphinus also closing its $30 million Series D funding round earlier this month.
Senior Operations Reporter Alex Kacik and Rules and Regulations Reporter Maya Goldman talk about the overhaul of accountable care organization payments.
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Measures establishing a $25 minimum hourly wage for workers at private healthcare facilities will be placed before voters in two California cities.
The announcements came after the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health that was held on Wednesday.
Oklahoma City-based OU Health will cut “some” gender medicine services after state lawmakers threatened to withhold funding, ABC affiliate KOCO reported Sept. 27.
Three top executives are out at healthcare automation firm Olive, a company spokesperson told Becker’s.
The following list includes health systems that have opened hospitals, submitted proposals for construction or announced plans to build since Sept. 21:
Below are five hospitals, health systems or hospital operators that have recently posted job listings seeking chief quality officers.
The following eight hospitals or health systems have announced expansions since Sept. 21:
A Chicago federal judge has allowed an antitrust lawsuit to move forward against DaVita, Tenet Healthcare and UnitedHealth Group affiliates, according to Bloomberg Law.
Lakewood, N.J.-based Preferred Behavioral Health Group selected Tara Chalakani, PsyD, RN, as CEO.
The Corner Office series asks healthcare leaders to answer questions about their life in and outside the office.
Saadia Sherwani, MD, has always had diversity in medicine at the forefront of her mind.
Hospitals and health systems are looking to do more to address financial stress among employees, particularly those earning lower wages.
The following hospital and health system CFO moves have been reported since Aug. 1:
Detroit-based Henry Ford Health and Franklin, Tenn.-based Acadia Healthcare broke ground on a new behavioral health treatment and teaching hospital.
The following hospitals and care centers have received donations or grants since Sept. 22:
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Salt Lake City-based Intermountain Healthcare will change its name to Intermountain Health in 2023.
From 2021 through June 2022, more than half of bankruptcies among large healthcare companies were in the senior care sector.
A combination of eye imaging techniques and adaptive optics has revealed key details of choroideremia.
Mobile, Ala.-based USA Health reduced its sepsis mortality rate by 16.5 percent after implementing new Oracle Cerner EHR workflows and alerts algorithms.
Morgantown, W.V.-based West Virginia University Health System named Tom Takubo, DO, its executive vice president of provider relations, effective Oct. 31.
Hospitals in Florida are preparing for the impact of Hurricane Ian this week, according to a Sept. 28 report from the Nashville Business Journal.
Despite a turbulent market for digital health companies, investors continue to pour money into promising health tech ideas.
Four out of 10 Americans, or 38 percent, believe there is a significant difference between the culture their workplace claims to have and reality.
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Actylis combines Aceto and its 10 acquired specialists into a singular global brand.
Expectations are now higher for amyloid-clearing drugs after lecanemab showed it can slow the disease’s progression in a large late-stage clinical trial.
The dedicated solid-state research and development suite is designed to promote discovery of novel polymorph, salt, and cocrystal forms.
Torrance (Calif.) Memorial Medical Center is the first to receive the Leading Laboratories designation from The Joint Commission and the American Society for Clinical Pathology.
Here are seven healthcare CIOs who have left their jobs since October.
The collaboration will use Octagon’s functional target discovery approach and novel chemistry strategy in disease areas in which Novo Nordisk has specific expertise.
HCA Healthcare, a 182-hospital system based in Nashville, Tenn., has made leadership changes at several of its hospitals in recent months.
Children’s hospitals across the U.S. are being inundated with patients sick with respiratory viruses.
Richmond, Texas-based OakBend Medical Center has almost completely restored its clinical systems after a Sept. 1 ransomware attack took them offline.
Nursing schools are enacting changes to their programs to meet the high demand for nurse practitioners, Fortune reported Sept. 27.
From cash flow and staffing challenges to dwindling patient volumes, many factors lead hospitals to shut down.
Houston Methodist is reporting an early increase in flu cases, with numbers hitting levels not usually seen until the end of the year.
The reduction is tied to lower-than-expected spending for the controversial Alzheimer’s drug Aduhelm.
Healthcare providers are “putting their eggs in one basket,” in hopes of challenging the No Surprises Act’s dispute resolution process, Bloomberg Law reported Sept. 27.
Biogen and Eisai reported the finding from a large late-stage clinical trial of lecanemab, a drug they are developing.
The Massachusetts Health Policy Commission required the state’s largest health system to submit a cost-cutting plan, a first for the state board.
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The co-founder of Pepper Bio entered the biotech world three years ago with the goal of transforming drug discovery through the emerging discipline of transomics.
The bill cuts funding for COVID-19 and monkeypox aid but extends two rural hospital programs.
Positive results in COVID-19 therapy phase 3 trials show effectiveness against five symptoms
Results show reduction of clinical decline in global study of people with Alzheimer’s Disease
Who should get a Covid booster, and when? We answer the big questions.
Who should get a Covid booster, and when? We answer the big questions.
In a study published in the Microchemical Journal, investigators outlined the development and validation of a HPLC-MS/MS (high-performance liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry) for the determination and […]