Molina Healthcare Inc. is pledging $150 million toward a new community health initiative.
Three Los Angeles County hospitals once again placed among the nation’s top 20 in annual rankings compiled by U.S. News & World Report.
Two San Gabriel Valley biopharmaceutical companies recently announced that they had received substantial milestone payments from licensing and development deals with pharmaceutical giants.
Ophthalmologist Diana Shiba has been elected as the first Asian American woman president of the Los Angeles County Medical Association.
Earnings for Fulgent Genetics Inc. increased 10-fold, and revenue doubled in the second quarter.
Researchers from the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center have been awarded a $2.97 million grant from the National Cancer Institute.
Oncology practice network OneOncology will be expanding into California through a partnership with the Los Angeles Cancer Network.
Santa Monica-based GoodRx Inc., which rose to prominence through its app allowing consumers to comparison shop pharmacies for prescription drugs, now wants to give consumers the power to lower their overall health care costs.
Sawtelle-based physician house call and telemedicine service Get Heal Inc. has received a $100 million investment from health insurance giant Humana Inc., the two companies announced July 29.
Four months into a global pandemic, L.A.’s mental health industry is in high demand.
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center announced a $25 million donation from Bruce Karsh and the Karsh Family Foundation.
Prime Healthcare received approval from state Attorney General Xavier Becerra to purchase St. Francis Medical Center.
Molina Healthcare announced July 17 that it has agreed to buy certain business lines of Passport Health Plan for $20 million.
Like many genetic testing companies, Rancho Dominguez-based DxTerity Diagnostics Inc. has pivoted to Covid-19 testing, but with a special focus on testing employees before they return to the workplace.
UCLA announced a couple of health care-related developments last month that had little to do with the Covid-19 pandemic.