A new CDC study suggests that the novel coronavirus was circulating in the United States significantly earlier than previously believed. Here's when the virus first arrived in America, according to the study.
At 13 years old, Jessica Stuart had non-Hodgkin's lymphoma—and she didn't always take the 11 pills her doctors had prescribed her to take each day. Writing for STAT News, Stuart, now a resident physician at Brigham and Women's Hospital, explains why she sometimes was a nonadherent patient and how the experience helped her become a more empathetic doctor.
Tens of millions of Americans could soon begin receiving coronavirus vaccinations—and with several promising vaccines in the pipeline, some of which require multiple doses, the record-keeping challenges will be staggering. Here's why some experts warn we're "running out of time" to address the looming IT challenges.
TIME last month released its list of the 100 Best Inventions of 2020 based on factors including creativity, efficacy, and impact. Here are the 23 of those inventions that have implications for health care.
HHS on Nov. 20 finalized a rule to eliminate manufacturer drug rebates paid to pharmacy benefit managers and Medicare Part D plans. Advisory Board's Regina Lohr details the biggest questions to watch ahead of the Jan. 1, 2022 effective date—including whether the rule will ultimately be implemented.
The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America last week filed a lawsuit claiming the final rule poses risks to public health, compromises drugmakers' trade secrets, and will not save consumers money, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Florida, Ohio, and South Dakota.