November’s edition of Healthcare Global magazine is now live!

By Catherine Sturman
November’s edition of Healthcare Global magazine is now live! Take a look at the latest edition, which covers a number of companies who are disruptin...

November’s edition of Healthcare Global magazine is now live!

Take a look at the latest edition, which covers a number of companies who are disrupting the healthcare industry.

This month, our lead feature covers San Francisco-based robotics company Zipline, who have worked to launch the world’s first autonomous drone blood delivery system within Rwanda.

We also take a look at how the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is championing the implementation of digital healthcare solutions. With ambitions to eradicate bottlenecks created through its historic framework and existing regulations, the FDA is working to further support the innovation of new technologies to support patients.

This month, our top 10 feature profiles the highest paid pharmaceutical CEOs this year.

Be sure not to miss our other exclusive company interviews, featuring Microsoft Health, Christus Health, GE Healthcare and many more.

We sincerely hope you enjoy the issue, and as always, please tweet your feedback to @HealthcareGlbl or @Business_Chief

 

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