Sheila Frame, VP and Head of Biopharmaceuticals in North America, reflects on the newly published RAND report highlighting the potential USD 54 billion in cost savings offered by the expansion of biosimilars in the US.
Soap and water can save lives. Every day, by washing their hands properly, people can prevent the spread of diseases and infections. In hospitals, good hand hygiene slows the spread of resistant bacteria. We examine some of the health effects of handwashing.
In Australia’s sparsely populated outback, the next hospital might be hours or even days away by road. This could put a patient’s life in danger. For nearly a century, the Royal Flying Doctor Service has been bringing medical access to patients, and improving health services in remote areas.
Novartis was ranked 4th in Fortune magazine’s Change the World list and cited for developing an innovative new cancer treatment, working to expand access to healthcare and supporting value-based pricing.
Advancing access to medicine is a global ambition that takes many forms across developed and developing countries. Specialist physicians at Shanghai No. 6 People’s Hospital in China tell us about their working day, their day-to-day role of teaching and learning, and their personal challenges and successes of improving patient care.
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