Judge, Citing Harm to Customers, Blocks $48 Billion Anthem-Cigna Merger READ A federal judge on Wednesday blocked a proposed $48 billion merger of Anthem and Cigna, derailing another effort by top health insurers to reshape the industry by combining. The ruling, by Judge Amy Berman Jackson of the Federal District Court for the District of
On Monday January 16th employees of MedBridge honored the spirit of Martin Luther King Jr. by volunteering their time and resources to Harding Elementary School in Santa Barbara, CA. Harding Elementary is in the Westside neighborhood which has been identified as a “high poverty tract” where there is a child poverty rate of about 38 percent.
Here’s what happening in the healthcare industry this month: Pop-up pill could stay in stomach to release drugs for days READ A meeting between Bill Gates and Boston researchers four years ago has led to the development of a multi-dose capsule that, researchers said, could solve one of medicine’s more vexing problems: delivering oral drugs
I must admit, I was so wrong on my prediction of yesterday’s election outcome that I was woefully unprepared to be asked the question, “What does a Trump Presidency mean to the healthcare industry and surgery centers in particular?” At about 11PM PST last night, when the result became inevitable, I started diving into everything