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JPM: Years into troubled launch, vaccine head says Sanofi's learned some Dengvaxia lessons

SAN FRANCISCO—To make sense of Sanofi’s Dengvaxia experiences, look no further than the old adage: Learn from your mistakes. It’s no secret that Sanofi has had a rough time marketing its world-first dengue vaccine, and at the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference, vaccine head David Loew told FiercePharma the company gleaned some lessons from the troubled… Read More »

Medicare, Medicaid underpaid U.S. hospitals by $76.8 billion in 2017, American Hospital Association says

According to new data released by the American Hospital Association, Medicare and Medicaid underpaid U.S. hospitals by $ 76.8 billion in 2017. Medicare underpayments totaled $ 53.9 billion and Medicaid underpayments $ 22.9 billion for 2017. Meanwhile, in 2017, hospitals provided $ 38.4 billion in uncompensated care, the AHA said. THE IMPACT This means hospitals… Read More »

Being Intelligent Makes You More Attractive, Says Science

Do you gravitate towards people that will casually drop the word ‘superfluous’ into a sentence? Do you find those with endless streams of seemingly irrelevant knowledge intriguing? Well, there’s a reason why! And a scientific reason at that. Recent research from Western Sydney University to be published as an upcoming paper in the Journal of… Read More »