The state of the world's healthcare systems is officially punk rock, at least by Vice's standards.
David Patton has been named global president of Y&R, effective January 2017. Patton will be based in the London office and will report to the agency's global chief executive David Sable.
When CVS Health announced two years ago it will no longer sell or stock tobacco-related products, it was a game-changing move for the Woonsocket, R.I.-based brand, one that even received accolades from first lady Michelle Obama.
Drugstores have exploded into a $252 billion business in the United States, and with over 11 million Americans coming into the healthcare system via Obamacare so far this year, it's only going to get bigger.
Sewer inspector. Embalmer. Gastroenterologist. Tough jobs for sure. But try healthcare advertising for a week.
Jeremy Perrott insists that medical and pharmaceutical creative work can be just as sexy as any other form of advertising—perhaps even more so. And if anyone would know, it's Perrott.
Two giants of the health care industry, Pfizer and Allergan, announced Monday that they will merge to create the world's largest drug maker in terms of sales. Pfizer will buy Allergan, the maker of products like Botox, for $160 billion.
President Barack Obama wants to spread the word among millennials that the deadline to sign up for healthcare coverage is Feb. 15 (this Sunday).
New York healthcare company Oscar's first television campaign targets new parents who are too frazzled to shop for health insurance.