Investment in regenerative medicine is growing as it may present the best hope to combat the growing impact of non-communicable diseases.
At a time of increasing nationalism and a rejection of globalism, infectious disease is a reminder that we are interconnected and all have a stake in global health security.
Digital technology, inclusive innovation and progressive partnerships can transform primary healthcare services for all.
Predictive care, networked hospitals and better experiences for patients and staff - what benefits could artificial intelligence bring to healthcare delivery?
The digitalization of healthcare can bring big benefits to patients, but only if the industry adopts emerging technologies in the right way.
"The true breakthrough in the struggle to protect the world against the Ebola virus is the unique public-private partnership that has come together to fight this killer."
From the bottom of the sea, to the desert, scientists are looking for antibiotics and anticancer drugs in the most unlikely places.
Through the use of community health connectors, Frome was able to reduce emergency hospital admissions by 14% over three years.
The barriers to introducing genetic testing to everyday healthcare include a gap in expertise and a lack of genetic counsellors.
Health coverage for all is still not a reality: around half of the world's population does not have access to essential health services. Here are 12 insights on how to expand access to ev...
Malaria interventions often serve as an entry point to the health system in many of the world’s poorest countries, which have the furthest to go to reach UHC.
Providing everyone with quality healthcare in resource-strapped countries will mean innovative 'low cost' use of private-sector suppliers.
Data from Tencent shows that recognition accuracy reaches 90% for esophageal cancer, 97% for diabetic retinopathy, and 97.2% for colorectal cancer.
Tuberculosis kills 1.8 million people each year, and has 28 drugs used to treat it. When combined, there are over 24,000 three to four drug combinations.
Unsurprisingly, age, race and income all affect an individual's experience with access to healthcare in the United States.