Trending News Today: Health Insurer Set to Part Ways With Express …Specialty Pharmacy TimesA video game called Mozak is helping scientists model brain neurons with more accuracy than conventional computer-based modeling tools, according to The …and more »
Trending News Today: Health Insurer Set to Part Ways With Express ScriptsSpecialty Pharmacy TimesA video game called Mozak is helping scientists model brain neurons with more accuracy than conventional computer-based modeling tools, according to The New York Times. The Center for Game Science developed the game in collaboration with the Allen …and more »
Trending News Today: States Seek to Boost Individual Insurance Markets Over ACA UncertaintySpecialty Pharmacy TimesNearly 1 of 5 patients stop taking statins within 2 years of having a heart attack, reported The Washington Post. In a retrospective study published in JAMA Cardiology, investigators included a cohort of 57,898 Medicare beneficiaries who were …
PJ Media Newsflash: If Vote Were Held Today, Trump Still Beats ClintonPJ MediaA new Washington Post poll that declares President Trump as "the least popular president in modern times," waits until the second to last paragraph to reveal another tidbit: He'd still beat Hillary Rodham Clinton if the election were held today and in …President […]
Trending News Today: FDA Requires New Warnings for Some Painkillers in ChildrenSpecialty Pharmacy TimesThe University of California (UC) filed a complaint regarding a scheme that allegedly used information from more than 500 students enrolled in its systemwide Student Health Insurance Plan in order to allow physicians to write fraudulent prescriptions.
Trending News Today: Legislation Seeks to Reduce Tobacco UseSpecialty Pharmacy TimesNew York City Mayor Bill de Blasio backed a series of legislative proposals to cut down on tobacco use, according to The Wall Street Journal. One proposal seeks to raise the cost of cigarettes in the city to $13, and to sharply reduce the number […]
Trending News Today: Declining Generic Drug Prices Hit Health Care GiantSpecialty Pharmacy TimesTheranos, Inc reached a settlement that includes a payment of $4.65 million to cover full refunds for every Arizona customer that used the company's blood testing services, according to The New York Times. Theranos was sued by the Arizona state …and more »