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COVID-19 is pushing healthcare firms to embrace digital transformation, reports suggest

July 16, 2020
Medical Communications, Research and Development digital, healthcare, pharma

The COVID-19 pandemic forced industries across the board to evolve or die with regard to their approach to digital working …

The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) call for action over shortages of hormone replacement therapy (HRT)

August 27, 2019
Manufacturing and Production HRT, UK, healthcare, pharma, shortages

The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) have called for action from government and pharmaceutical companies to adress ongoing …

Four perspectives from life sciences companies on multichannel engagement

August 23, 2019
Business Services, Manufacturing and Production, Medical Communications, Research and Development, Sales and Marketing Bayer, Biogen, GSK, Lifesciences, Teva, healthcare, pharma

By 2020, 70% of HCPs are expected to be digital natives, whose experiences with mobile, social, and digital technologies in …


British and American healthcare professionals predict further delays to Brexit as Europeans expect no-deal

August 19, 2019
Sales and Marketing EU, UK, US, brexit, brexit delay, healthcare, no-deal, pharma

The majority of healthcare professionals in Europe, Britain and America think Brexit will happen. However they do not believe that …


Government spend £9.2 billion on private healthcare providers for NHS in 2018-19

July 22, 2019
Sales and Marketing DHSC, NHS, UK, health, healthcare, politics, private providers

The Department of Health and Social Care paid £9.2 billion to private providers in the year prior to 31 March …


Donald Trump causes confusion as to whether NHS will be ‘on the table’ in trade deal talks

June 6, 2019
Business Services, Medical Communications Donald Trump, NHS, UK, US, healthcare, pharma

President Donald Trump has caused confusion as to whether or not the NHS will ‘be on the table’ in post-Brexit …

Healthcare would be ‘on the table’ in post-Brexit trade negotiations with US, Trump’s ambassador says

June 3, 2019
Sales and Marketing J&J, JJ, NHS, UK, US, brexit, healthcare

The American Ambassador to the United Kingdom has said that Britain’s healthcare system would be ‘on the table’ in post-Brexit …


China to establish national rare disease network

February 19, 2019
Manufacturing and Production China, NHC, healthcare, rare diseases

China is set to establish a national collaborative network of hospitals for rare disease diagnosis and treatment to promote early …

Cost of insulin doubled between 2012 and 2016

January 23, 2019
Research and Development USA, healthcare, insulin, insurance, pricing

The cost of insulin almost doubled in the United States between 2012 and 2016, according to a report by the …


GSK and Pfizer combine healthcare units in multibillion dollar deal

December 19, 2018
Research and Development GSK, OTC, Pfizer, healthcare, merger

American multinational Pfizer and British firm GlaxoSmithKline are set to combine their consumer healthcare units in a venture worth billions. …


AI, big data: Making a case for faster drug discovery

October 15, 2018
Business Services, Manufacturing and Production, Medical Communications, Research and Development, Sales and Marketing AI, Big Data, feature, healthcare, research

They’re two of the biggest buzzwords getting professionals excited across pharma – Anjali Shukla explores the ways in which AI …


GSK eyes healthcare expansion, hits targets due to new drugs

October 26, 2017
Sales and Marketing GSK, Merck KGaA, Pfizer, biotech, drugs, healthcare, pharma, pharmaceutical

During the release of Q3 figures, GlaxoSmithKline’s CEO, Emma Walmsley, revealed that the company would consider making moves to bolster …


‘Hugely disturbing’ rise in UK children with type 2 diabetes, report finds

August 14, 2017
Medical Communications, Sales and Marketing childhood obesity, diabetes, healthcare, life sciences, obesity, pharma, pharmaceuticals

A report from the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) has highlighted a “hugely disturbing” rise in cases …


Celgene opts not to acquire Sutro Biopharma for $1bn, reworks existing partnership

August 11, 2017
Medical Communications, Sales and Marketing Celgene, Sutro Biopharma, biotech, healthcare, life sciences, medicine, pharma, pharmaceutical

Celgene has announced that it has chosen not to scoop up Sutro Biopharma, rejecting to take advantage of an option …

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