Health Care Industry
NEW YORK - A study published Wednesday says hospitals and the federal government could save tens of billions of dollars a year if they changed the way group purchasing organizations - which buy medical supplies in bulk for member hospitals - are compensated.
BEIJING - Twelve billion dollars. That's what it takes to be named the richest person in China.
ATLANTA - Hospital software company MedAssets Inc.
NEW YORK - Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market: NYSE Nokia Corp., up 18 cents at $9.94 The world's biggest handset maker replaced its CEO with a top Microsoft executive as it tries to regain lost ground in the smartphone market.
Whenever companies start hiring freely again, job-seekers with specialized skills and education will have plenty of good opportunities.
- Symantec rises after Intel says it will buy McAfee
- Judge's ruling uproots use of biotechnology beets
- PDL BioPharma plunges on dispute with Genentech
- FDA moves toward tighter medical device oversight
- Stocks up on AstraZeneca, Bayer, telecom earns
- Medical device problems hurt 70,000+ kids annually
- Ambitious timetable for electronic medical records
- Court rules against inventors in patent case
- Boston Scientific spent $480K on lobbying in 1Q
- FedEx, Nokia, Fannie Mae among big movers
- Allscripts medical records' rivals, at a glance
- Allscripts buying healthcare info rival Eclipsys
- Ahead of the Bell: Medical Devices
- Report: Health care IT companies in $1.35B deal
- Ametek acquires maker of medical device components
- Mass. RMV adds online scheduling of road tests
- Tenet Healthcare, DreamWorks, IBM among big movers
- Wolf Medical, Kimberly-Clark settle patent case
- Dell spent $760,000 lobbying in 1Q
- Microsoft spent $1.7 million lobbying in 1Q
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- FDA warns St. Jude Medical over device promotion
- Nautic Partners sells Medegen to CareFusion
- Samsung Electronics announces record spending
- Samsung to triple capital, R&D spending this year
- America's favorite birth control method turns 50
- Business events scheduled for Wednesday
- AT&T, Boeing, Morgan Stanley are active movers
- Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, Palm are active movers
- Oracle to buy Phase Forward for $685 million
- FDA panel mostly backs much-debated knee device
- Health care companies pull stock market higher
- Health overhaul promises pain, gain for businesses
- FDA prepares to reassess much-debated knee implant
- FDA panel backs implant for mild heart failure