Hospitals are partnering with retail and tech disruptors such as Walmart, Walgreens, Instacart, CVS Health and One Medical to expand access to care at retail locations.
Tech giant Apple had aspirations to get into health clinics, Bloomberg reported Nov. 1.
Neil de Crescenzo, former CEO at Change Healthcare, has departed as CEO of Optum's data and analytics arm after less than a year and has been replaced by Roger Connor, UnitedHealth Group's executive vice president of enterprise operations and services.
Google is looking for a physician leader in public health to boost its health-related products and be the representative for Google's public health, climate, and mental health sector work.
Three out of five Google Health executives served in hospitals before joining the tech giant's healthcare arm.
Healthcare disruptors such as Amazon and CVS are driving up demand — and salaries — for physicians and advanced practitioners, according to executive search firm AMN Healthcare.
Amazon and CVS Health are now both in the business of caring for Medicare patients, with each having a line of healthcare clinics specifically for seniors.
Walgreens and VillageMD have expanded their primary care offerings to Illinois with the opening of a new Village Medical at Walgreens primary care practice.
Apple continues to aggressively hire for healthcare jobs focused on enhancing the health features of its devices.
IBM is collaborating with the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy to build a new digital platform that can bring visibility to the drug supply chain.