Perhaps because of the sheer breadth of Apple's ambitions, it can be tough to pin down exactly what Apple wants to do in the health care space. To help, we've distilled all the confusing and sometimes-contradictory reporting into the five concrete ways Apple is seeking to transform the health care industry.
Church officials in two states are suspending handshakes during Mass and are warning parishioners to avoid sipping wine from the same chalice during Communion, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from New Mexico, New York, Pennsylvania, and Utah.
Prescription drug costs in the United States continue to rise each year, and while there has been some debate as to what is driving those increases, a new study suggests there are two key factors that influence the market in different ways: price increases for existing drugs and new drugs entering the market.
A lung transplant patient acquired a peanut allergy after receiving an organ from a donor with the food allergy—an occurrence that doctors say is very rare, according to a case report in the journal Transplantation Proceedings.
Kaiser Permanente last week revealed the first steps of its record-breaking $200 million plan to reduce homelessness and increase affordable housing. Advisory Board's Tomi Ogundimu explains why homelessness is so important for providers and shares four ways they can address it successfully.
Since naloxone is not available over the counter, it doesn't yet have a Drug Facts label—so FDA took the unprecedented step of making one itself. Advisory Board's Rebecca Tyrell and Colleen Keenan call the move "encouraging" but adds that any "OTC option will need to be accessible, affordable, and include clear administration instructions to make an impact."