India-based hospital chain Fortis Healthcare has decided to scrap the bidding and search...
- Radiant Life Care completes acquisition of 49.7% stake in Max Healthcare
- Fortis scraps plan to sell stake in RHT and RHTTM
- IHH Healthcare acquires controlling stake in Fortis Healthcare
- White NHS medics more likely to be consultants than minorities
- IHH Healthcare’s acquisition of controlling stake in Fortis Healthcare gets CCI approval
Coronavirus: China boosts medical supplies imports, cuts tariffs
The Ministry of Commerce of China has issued a notification on the expansion of imports of medical supplies and daily necessities to fight the ongoing coronavirus outbreak in the country.
UK hospital admissions due to heart failures shoot 33% in five years
A new survey has found that hospital admissions in the UK due to heart failures have increased by nearly 33% in the last five years.
Sex and PTSD: Studies show women are at greater risk
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder that affects approximately 25% of people after experiencing a distressing life event, such as a violent personal assault, a terrorist attack, a negative experience in childhood, or a serious illness.
Kindred, Tennova and UTMC receive approval for inpatient rehabilitation hospital in Tennessee
Kindred Healthcare, Tennova Healthcare, and the University of Tennessee Medical Center (UTMC) have secured approval from the Health Services and Development Agency of the State of Tennessee, US, for a 57-bed inpatient rehabilitation hospital in Knoxville.
Radiant Life Care completes acquisition of 49.7% stake in Max Healthcare
India-based hospital management company Radiant Life Care has closed the acquisition of a 49.7% stake in Max Healthcare Institute from South Africa-based hospital operator Life Healthcare.
Urban China tops acute ischemic stroke burden across major pharma markets
In urban China, the diagnosed incidence of first-ever AIS is, on average, twice the rate of the remaining eight major pharmaceutical markets.
MS is more prevalent in the US than previously reported
10-year multiple sclerosis prevalent cases in the US are almost twice as high as previously reported cases.
Malaria eradication: rising incidence shows there is a long road ahead
After two decades of decline, malaria cases are significantly increasing in some parts of the world, especially Africa, prompting concern that much more is needed to combat the epidemic.