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Adcock Ingram pays R2m fine for flouting merger rules

Jun 15 2017 11:50

Adcock Ingram has reached a settlement with the Competition Commission and will pay a R2m fine for contravening the Competition Act.


Aspen loses cancer drug appeal and must pay €5.2m fine

Jun 14 2017 16:33

Aspen has lost its appeal against an Italian Competition Authority ruling, meaning it must now pay a €5.2m fine, the pharmaceutical company has announced.


Life Healthcare gets nod for merger

Jun 07 2017 16:34

The Competition Commission has approved, without conditions, the proposed intermediate merger whereby Life Healthcare Group intends to acquire Erf 140294 Cape Town, known as the Park.


Ascendis Health gets ball rolling in Europe

Jun 05 2017 13:35

Ascendis Health has finalised a number of European acquisitions in recent months which are expected to boost profit margins in 2018.


Former minister heads up new health care cooperative

May 26 2017 20:24

MediCoop CFI, the financial cooperative that provides banking services to members in the health care sector, has appointment Theuns Botha as managing director.


Discovery partners to create new health insurance brand

May 24 2017 13:43

Discovery has announced that its partners AIA Australia and GMHBA are partnering through a joint venture to create a new health insurance bran.


Mediclinic slides on concerns of slow Middle East recovery

May 24 2017 12:19

Mediclinic International has fallen the most in almost a month on concerns of a slow recovery in the United Arab Emirates and weaker patient growth in Switzerland.


Aspen faces EU probe over excessive pricing of cancer drugs

May 15 2017 13:37

Regulators in the European Union say they’ll check that Aspen Pharmacare conducted "so-called price-gouging" by imposing price increases of up to several hundred percent.

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Sale of old hospital helps cushion Netcare results

May 15 2017 12:46

The sale of the old Christiaan Barnard Memorial Hospital helped cushion the blow for Netcare as the healthcare provider posted a 10% drop in revenue.


Life Healthcare pleased with international strategy

May 12 2017 12:09

South African private hospital provider Life Healthcare Group has increased its revenue for the period ending March 31 2017 by 22.6% from R7.680bn to R9.638bn.

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