UnitedHealth Group announced in a statement Monday it has completed its multi billion-dollar merger with health care technology company Change Healthcare.
Disgraced Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes' latest attempt to seek a new trial has pushed back her sentencing date once again.
Amylyx says doctors will be able to prescribe Relyvrio immediately. The drugmaker anticipates prescriptions will be filled and shipped from specialty pharmacies within the next four to six weeks.
Health officials say that 4.4 million Americans have received an omicron-targeting COVID-19 booster shot. The government said it had shipped over 25 million shots.
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced that the state settled with Walmart and CVS Pharmacy in a lawsuit regarding the oversupply of prescription drugs.
A district court judge on Monday denied the Department of Justice's request to stop the planned merger of UnitedHealth Group and Change Healthcare.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams and health officials announced Tuesday that the COVID vaccine mandate for the private sector would become optional in November.
A Georgia grandmother is being honored by Jackson police after she found and returned more than $500 in cash. The money was accidentally left under her sandwich.
The Department of Justice announced Wednesday that it had formed three strike force teams of prosecutors and agents to combat and prevent COVID-19-related fraud.
The 22nd annual Prostate Cancer Foundation Gala in the Hamptons raised millions of dollars toward cancer research. Daryl Hall and John Oates and ABBA performed for attendees.
The U.S. shortage of infant formula will improve by October, Nestlé S.A.'s Gerber Products Company president and CEO Tarun Malkani told reporters on Thursday.
GE annnounced it aims to complete the spinoff of its health care unit in early January and tapped the planned independent company's board of directors.
Thousands of Minnesota nurses began a three-day walkout due to understaffing and pay issues. The nurses claim the issues were worsened by the coronavirus strains.
The prices for health-insurance plans under the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, are set to rise as inflation drives up the cost of labor and supplies.
A tentative contract agreement has been reached with four nursing homes that went on strike for nearly a week over pay, benefits, and staffing disputes.
The White House purchased 100 million rapid at-home COVID tests, saying the sale would help manage a potential increase in demand over the coming months.