Tag Archives: U.S.

AstraZeneca, Emergent BioSolutions sign $87M deal to produce U.S. supply of COVID-19 vaccine

AstraZeneca made waves last week when it signed a massive $ 750 million deal to ramp production of a University of Oxford COVID-19 vaccine up to 2 billion doses per year. Now, as part of a Trump administration effort to get shots into U.S. hands as soon as possible, AstraZeneca has agreed to another major… Read More »

States Mull Reopening as U.S. Coronavirus Cases Pass 728,000

SUNDAY, April 19, 2020 — As governors across America crafted plans to start easing social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic, U.S. cases topped 728,000 on Sunday while the death toll neared 35,000. But new estimates from Harvard University researchers suggest the United States as a whole cannot safely reopen unless health officials triple the number… Read More »

One-third of U.S. facilities are using AI in aiding imaging studies

A third of American hospitals and imaging centers are already implementing artificial intelligence, machine learning or deep learning in radiology. About another third plan on adopting it within the next two years, according to respondents to a survey, the results of which were recently released by an industry research organization. The survey of 207 imaging… Read More »

Hospital Innovation in Madrid: Harder than in U.S.? | Julio Mayol, CMO, Hospital Clinico San Carlos

Health Tech Jan 13, 2020• BY JESSICA DAMASSA, WTF HEALTH Is healthcare innovation more challenging in a public healthcare system? We sat down with the Chief Medical Officer & Director of Innovation for the Hospital Clinico San Carlos, Dr. Julio Mayol, to find out! A large, academic research hospital in Madrid, Hospital Clinico San Carlos… Read More »