Topic: Preventive Medicine
The City of Hope announced plans to build a 73,000-square-foot cancer center, in collaboration with FivePoint Holdings, LLC, a developer of mixed-use communities in California, with estimated completion in 2025. An expanded vision—announced in June—included 11 acres of land at FivePoint Gateway in Irvine, and cut the expected opening of the institute to some time in 2021.
Mayo Clinic will open a state-of-the-art health clinic in central London, its first in the U.K., in partnership with Oxford University Clinic.
Employees are reporting higher rates of healthy behaviors and improvements in clinical risk factors in Humana’s wellness program, new data show.
AARP has filed suit against Yale University, alleging its employee wellness program forces workers to reveal sensitive health information.
Researchers at Kaiser Permanente developed a machine learning algorithm that effectively identifies people at risk of contracting HIV.
States that expanded Medicaid saw lower mortality rates from cardiovascular disease compared to nonexpansion states, according to a new study.
We need our federal programs and policies to reflect the goal of improving the health of both women and men.
For dually eligible beneficiaries, Medicare Advantage plans outperform Medicare fee-for-service plans, according to a new study from Avalere.
FierceHealthcare caught up recently with DaVita's new CEO Javier Rodriguez to talk about his new gig and the future of the kidney care industry.
Digital and mobile devices have the potential for preventing the development or progression of diseases, but challenges remain.