The acquisition aims to strengthen the business of biologics in regenerative medicine.
The Flu Vaccination Challenge is underway, with a 13 percent increase in participation.
The drug works two days longer than the leading emergency contraceptive.
New research sheds light on Medicare shortcomings.
A Los Angeles patient diagnosed falsely with breast cancer was approved a settlement by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
The Goldwater Institute lawsuit is the latest in a fight against the federal government.
The company was issued warning letters regarding regulatory problems uncovered during FDA inspections.
A partnership between Cardinal Health and ProVision Healthcare will bring a cyclotron to Knoxville.
A new report found the bacterium feared in food could do good in cancer patients.
The company announced its fourth-quarter results and a company-wide restructuring program.
The filters used to protect against pulmonary embolisms may remain implanted too long, leading to adverse events.
A new study found that a dramatic growth in ED visits can be attributed to Medicaid adults.
The agency said there is not enough evidence to support covering only one scan.
The company anticipates movement in the FDA in three years.
A study out of Australia found that patients with chronic heart failure are better off using technology to report conditions from their home.
The month-long recall of ICDs will have a lasting effect during 2010.
The debated gift ban failed to make it into the economic development bill and will stay intact until the issue is revisited.
The funds will go toward implementing EHR systems as part of the meaningful user program.
A Health Affairs report found there is no increased risk of death or complications after surgery when nurse anesthetists work without physician oversight.
Mass General researchers created QPID to help doctors sort and retrieve data.
Next month, nearly 44,000 health care workers will vote on which union will represent them, ending a long battle.
100 million doses of the 2010-2011 seasonal flu vaccine are en route to health care providers.
After nearly a year on clinical hold, the Geron Corporation gets the OK to proceed with its clinical trial.
The company reported a 2 percent sales increase this quarter.
Research from South Korea found that mild H1N1 infections may go undetected using standard diagnostic criteria.
The LCD TV giant will now manufacture television sets especially for acute care settings.
The company's spinal implant narrowly passed an FDA panel and will now move forward in the premarket process.
Thompson will help develop the company's non-acute services department.
Women in their 40s have a lower rate of tumor detectability due to technological limitations.
Contact lenses top reasons for ER visits.
CTIA-The Wireless Association claims the ordinance will confuse customers and implies some cell phones are safer than others.
The spinal implant is under scrutiny for elevated cancer cases in clinical study.
The advisory letter comes just days after the company issued better-than-expected second quarter results.
New research uncovers the risk of high radiation in young girls when it comes to later pregnancies.
The union that represents nearly 1,000 former employees of North General Hospital vehemently protests the new management.
Larry Knight and Mark Depew just began operations of their new company, Altima Diagnostic Imaging Solutions, and look forward to success.
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Medical industry professionals will gather for the 22nd International SMIT Conference Sept. 2-4.
The company reported $15.3 billion in sales, only a slight increase compared to last year.
New research holds promise for bone marrow transplants.
Jeff Kilpatrick looks forward to working with the stellar management team at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.
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A new report says MRI is more accurate than CT scans for stroke testing.
The diabetic drug will go to the FDA's advisory committee to determine its safety.
There are fewer than 10 centers in the country, and this new center is only the second in the West.
The controversial ban will now go before a conference committee.
The three-month long battle over contracts ended Tuesday night.
President Barack Obama issued three recess appointments today.
The radiologic organization works to keep health care providers in the loop.
A new mathematical formula will help calculate radiation doses more accurately.