Your Search Returned 9 tagged news reports
The paper says Rob Zweekhorst, 44, was head of personnel at GGZ InGeest which operates in Amsterdam and its surroundings. He was shot on Wednesday evening by someone wearing a hoodie who vanished without trace.
The Slotervaart hospital is already in private hands but is facing financial trouble and, Nos says, house banker ING and health insurance giant Achmea are pressing for a speedy deal. The deal with Winter's MC Groep was worked out in secret and was
U.S. regulators have issued a third warning this year for German healthcare group Fresenius to improve procedures at its sites, this time a blood bag manufacturing plant in Puerto Rico...Food and Drug Administration (FDA) took issue with complaint-
The company said trading in its licensing and biotechnology businesses had been significantly ahead of expectations, driven by higher than expected royalties from haemophilia treatment BeneFIX and prostate cancer drug Zytiga. So BTG has raised its
EDT The powerful healthcare industry hopes a congressional "super committee" tasked with slashing America's debt will fail and is lobbying instead for automatic spending cuts that will kick in if the panel deadlocks.
The British company declined to comment after it was reported that Johnson & Johnson, the New Jersey-based healthcare group, had made overtures at more than 750p a share before Christmas. Smith & Nephew is believed to have rejected the move from the
Healix will be headquartered in New York City and with an innovation center in Kansas City, Missouri with access to the global WPP network...This new initiative was created to leverage the strengths of both companies to meet the diverse needs of
DM Healthcare, one of the largest medical groups in the region, is in the midst of exponential expansion in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries over the next five years, according to a top official of the group. According to the group's
Earl Pomeroy (D-N.D.) and Charles Boustany (R-La.) on Thursday applauded Premier Healthcare Alliance's launch of two collaborative efforts covering 1.2 million patients in almost 60 hospitals. The lawmakers vowed that Congress would do its part to