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Friday 14th December 2018

NIH revises funding to avoid studies with conflicts of interest

After coming under fire for funding research projects with clear conflicts of interest behind those conducting them, the National Institute of Health has revised how it will fund future studies.


WellSky Expands Investment in Hospice Technology with Acquisition of Consolo Services Group

Acquisition strengthens WellSky’s hospice industry leadership and innovation, and incorporates solutions serving the palliative care, adult day care, and memory care markets WellSky, a leading health and community care technology company backed by TPG Capital, and

Doctors struggle to help older gun owners

(Reuters Health) - Doctors who work with seniors are grappling with ways to prevent gun-related suicides and accidents, often among gun-owning older patients with dementia or depression, according to a recent review article.


Vapers inhale lower levels of toxins than smokers

(Reuters Health) - Vapers inhale significantly lower levels of toxic chemicals than smokers of traditional cigarettes, a new study suggests.

CMS Consumer Survey Ranks Commonwealth Care Alliance®’s One Care as a Top Medicare-Medicaid Health Plan for Third Consecutive Year

Annual CAHPS nationwide survey asks consumers to rate health care experience, including quality and access Commonwealth Care Alliance’s (CCA) One Care plan received the nation’s highest rating in the 2018

Successful OpenNotes Implementations Require Portal Changes, More Communication

David Raths, Contributing EditorIn just a few years the OpenNotes movement has spread to dozens of health systems. Yet at many healthcare organizations, the percentage of portal users reading clinical notes is still quite low.

Suave 'Beautiful As' Bath & Body Works Claim Deemed Puffery In NAD Review

Council of Better Business Bureaus Division review Unilever claims for Suave Essentials on challenge by L Brands, which argued “as...    

Solera Health Appoints Ian Gordon as New President & Chief Operating Officer

Solera Health, announced this week that Ian Gordon has joined the company’s executive team as President and Chief Operating Officer. In his role, Gordon will oversee the continued development of Solera’s technology platform and drive operational excellence as Solera expands its healthcare marketplace model.    Ian Gordan Background/Experience Gordon brings extensive experience in operatio...

Pfizer Receives Positive CHMP Opinion for Oncology Biosimilar, ZIRABEV™ (bevacizumab)

ZIRABEV™ (bevacizumab), a potential biosimilar to Avastin®* (bevacizumab), is Pfizer’s second therapeutic oncology biosimilar to receive a positive CHMP opinion in Europe in 2018 Pfizer Inc. (NYSE:PFE) today announced that the Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) has adopted a positive...

Guardant Health Partners with AstraZeneca to Develop Blood-Based Companion Diagnostic Tests for Tagrisso and Imfinzi

REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Dec. 13, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Guardant Health (Nasdaq: GH) announced a multi-year agreement with AstraZeneca (NYSE: AZN) to develop blood-based companion diagnostic (CDx) tests supporting the commercialization of AstraZeneca’s oncology portfolio based on Guardant’s industry-leading comprehensive liquid biopsy platform. Under the terms of the agreement, Guardant H...

Healogics, Inc. Names David Jollow as Chief Information Security Officer

Healogics, the nation’s largest provider of advanced chronic wound care services, today announced that it has appointed David Jollow to serve as Chief Information Security Officer. In this role, Jollow will conduct assessments of current IT security and risks, and provide next generation security solutions. He will also be responsible for enhancing, impl...

FT Health: Migration myths and misconceptions

Helga Fogstad on maternal and child health, the world’s dirtiest country, calorie counting

Members of Partnership for Maternal, Newborn Child Health make significant commitments post ...

GENEVA and NEW DELHI, Dec. 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Two days of deliberations, discussions and spirited exchanges at the 2018 Partners' Forum in New Delhi Read more...

PHSC Plc - Director's Dealing

14 December 2018 PHSC PLC (the “Company”) Director’s Dealing PHSC plc, a leading provider of health, safety, hygiene and environmental consultancy services and security solutions Read more...

UNC REX Healthcare Opens Food Pantry in Partnership with Food Lion and the Food Bank

Access to healthy food proven to help patients with healing when they return home UNC REX Healthcare has opened a new Food Pantry to support patients and their families who struggle with access to healthy food. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20181214005086/en/

Lilly Expands Deal to Analyze Patient Data From Smartphones and Connected Sensors

NewsWorking with Evidation Health, Lilly hopes to gain a deeper understanding of indicators that can shape advancements in medicine and medicine delivery.

Lilly, Evidation Health Expand Collaboration

Clinical Informatics News Brief Eli Lilly and Evidation Health have expanded their collaboration with a multi-year agreement to provide Lilly with global access to Evidation’s Andromeda data platform.  

U.S. Flu Activity Low Right Now, but Rising: CDC

FRIDAY, Dec. 14, 2018 -- Flu season is getting off to a slow but steady start, a U.S. health official said Friday. As of now, only Georgia is seeing high levels of infections, but cases are being reported throughout the nation. "Flu activity is...

Walgreens Launches Flu Index™ for 2018-2019 Season

The fifth seasonal Flu Index kicks off with Brownsville, Texas topping the list for flu activity; it serves as an important reminder to take preventive measures to stay healthy this flu season With holiday travel around the corner and flu activity on the rise in many parts of the country, Walgreens today launched its first Flu Index™ for the 2018-201...

uBiome Receives Patent for Microbiome-Derived Diagnostics and Therapeutics for Immune-Microbial Dysfunction

The leader in microbial genomics was granted a patent for the method and system of microbiome-derived diagnostics and therapeutics. SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) December 14, 2018 uBiome, the leader in microbial genomics, announced the issue of patent number 9,703,929 entitled “Method and System for Microbiome-Derived Diagnostics and Therapeutics” by the US Patent and Trademark Office on July 11, 201...

Viewpoints: Voters Weighed In With ‘Hands-Off’ Message About Medicare, Medicaid; Small Tweaks Won’t Help Health Care System

Editorial writers weigh in on these health care topics and others.

Research Roundup: ACOs; Diabetes; Food Allergies; And Medicaid

Each week, KHN compiles a selection of recently released health policy studies and briefs.

Class Action Lawsuit Filed Over Children Who Were Held In Psychiatric Hospitals After They’d Been Cleared By Doctors For Release

“The effects of holding children (beyond medical necessity) are heartbreaking at an individual level and staggering when multiplied among all the children who have been subjected to the practice,” the lawsuit against Tthe Illinois Department of Children and Family Services claims. Other news on mental health comes out of Maryland, New York, Iowa and New Hampshire.

Genetic Tests That Use Multiple Variants To Predict Disease Risk Are Gaining Popularity. But Are They Reliable?

The tests are expanded versions of ones that look at a single DNA mutation to assess the risk of getting common diseases. But many questions still remain, including what to even do with the results if a patient is found to be at higher risk. In other public health news: abortion access, gene-editing, lead in toys, and bullying.

Technology Is Key To Giving Consumers Better Experience Navigating Health Plans, Insurers Say

More than half of people who were given a health care literacy test failed it and that lack of knowledge can translate into stress and frustration as well as high costs overall. Insurers say simplifying the system people use to navigate their plan through technology will help improve user experience overall.


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