Reproductive Fertility Center (RFC) in the US has announced the opening of its newest office in Glendora, California, for local, domestic and international patients.
The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center (OUHSC) in the US has announced that a US$20 million grant has been renewed to advance research and patient care.
The world’s first wearable continuous communication device has launched in the UK.
Florida Hospital has announced that it will soon become AdventHealth, part of a new consumer-centric, national brand based in central Florida.
Arjo has unveiled a new product: the IndiGo intuitive drive assist, which is designed to improve the ease and efficiency of transporting patients on medical beds.
Sidra Medicine in Doha, Qatar, has announced the treatment of its first international patient in its newly opened Heart Center.
A trial at Moorfields Eye Hospital in the UK has found that an artificial intelligence (AI) system was as effective as world leading experts at detecting eye disease in patients.
The FDA has awarded Roche and Novartis’ allergy drug Xolair Breakthrough Therapy Designation (BTD) for its new food allergy indication.
Major tech giants have pledged to remove technological barriers within the US healthcare system in a move that could lead to savings of more than $30 million a year.
The authors of an analysis published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ) say that, in order to encourage innovation in healthcare, governments need to move away from siloed funding.