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Healthcare Reform Could Lower Insurance Costs for Rural Consumers

August 26, 2013
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As we continue to assess the Affordable Care Act’s impact on all facets of the healthcare industry, we turn now to the impact reform is having on rural care. According to Nebraska’s Center for Rural Affairs, health insurance and medical care could actually be cheaper for rural-based consumers, which would be an incredible reversal on […]

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‘Crowdfunding’ Helps Patients with Burdensome Medical Bills

January 25, 2013

Are you familiar with the term “crowdfunding”? If not, then this is your chance to catch up on the latest way in which patients are paying their medical expenses. Several news organizations covered this phenomenon in 2012, including MedCity News, AARP, The Sacramento Bee, and just this past week, USA Today. In an article by […]

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US Generics Set for Stupendous Growth

November 12, 2010

According to our latest report “Booming US Generic Drug Market”, generic drug market in the US has witnessed fast momentum in the past few years on the back of patent expiration of various branded drugs. The share of generic drug in overall prescription sales also experienced tremendous growth both in volume and value terms. Moreover, […]

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E-health Services to Boost IT Spending in Australian Healthcare

November 12, 2010

Health information technology is the fastest growing segment of the Australian healthcare industry. With increasing use of e-health services, spending of healthcare industry in ICT has seen a significant surge during the past few years. As per our new research “Australian Healthcare IT Market Analysis”, healthcare IT market of the country is forecasted to grow […]

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Government Support to Boost US Stem Cell Market

November 12, 2010

According to our new research report “US Stem Cell Market Analysis”, the US stem cell market has been witnessing an uptrend for the past few years on account of heavy private sector spending, large number of transplantations. Consequently, the US stem cell market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of around 69% during 2010-2012. […]

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Russia to Become Global Clinical Trial Market leader

November 11, 2010

According to our research report “Clinical Trials Market in Russia”, the Russian clinical trial market has been growing at a healthy rate for the last few years. The factors that have been fuelling the growth of the Russian clinical trial market largely include high patient recruitment rate, reasonable study costs, and good data quality. Besides, […]

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Monoclonal Antibodies to Foresee Astounding Application in Oncology

November 8, 2010

According to our new research report, “Global Monoclonal Antibody Market Analysis”, the market of monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) for the treatment of cancer has been growing incessantly for the past few years. Our study indicates that due to high incidence & subsequent potential for market success, cancer has effectively surfaced in attracting highest levels of R&D. […]

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KSA to Focus on Training Healthcare Professionals

October 30, 2010

According to our latest research report, “Saudi Arabian Healthcare Market Forecast to 2012”, Saudi Arabia has made a commitment to expand and strengthen higher medical education, and in particular has emphasized the need to train the next generation Saudi healthcare professionals according to the global standards. Despite the growing concerns of shortage of healthcare professionals […]

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Reducing Risks under the Expanded Scope of the False Claims Act

October 22, 2010

By: Mark S. Armstrong, Epstein Becker Green Wickliff & Hall The federal False Claims Act (“FCA”), originally known as “Lincoln’s Law,” was enacted during the Civil War era to deter and punish those who submitted false bills to the government for supplies never sent to the Union armies and inflated bills to the government for […]

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Customization and Personalization of Medical Devices

October 22, 2010

Customization and personalization are words typically associated with software and high-tech gadgets. But today, through vision and innovation, these terms increasingly apply to medical devices.  Especially in a world of custom-made cars and personalized computers, it seems logical that we take the next step to grant patients with the availability of medical devices made specifically […]

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