Santa Monica-based GoodRx Holdings Inc. has priced its initial public offering at between $24 and $28 a share and hopes to raise $570 million from the offering.
El Segundo-based radiology services company Radiology Partners Inc. has agreed to acquire Mednax Radiology Solutions, a division of Sunrise, Fla.-based Mednax Services Inc., for about $885 million.
Santa Monica-based GoodRx Holdings Inc., which operates a popular and fast-growing prescription drug comparison price shopping platform, is poised to become the first L.A. County company to go public in more than a year.
Temple City-based genetic testing company Fulgent Genetics Inc. has begun Covid-19 testing at a new facility in Houston — its first testing lab outside of California.
Westwood-based Puma Biotechnology Inc. has published interim results for a study tied to its main drug Nerlynx, an early stage breast cancer treatment that was approved three years ago by the Food and Drug Administration.
Santa Monica pharmaceutical concern Kite is partnering with HiFiBiO Inc. to develop therapies to treat acute myeloid leukemia.
Shares of Fulgent Genetics Inc. jumped more than 11% on Sept. 3 following announcements about expanded Covid-19 testing.
Health care communications company TigerConnect Inc. has acquired Adjuvant Technologies, the operator of a physician scheduling platform.
Herbalife Nutrition Ltd. has agreed to pay $123 million to settle federal charges that it bribed Chinese officials.
A small company in Mar Vista, Wellth Inc., pays people each month for taking their medications, helping offset preventable health care costs.
To say L.A. County hospitals have had a challenging year on the front lines of the Covid-19 pandemic would be an understatement.
Providence Saint John’s Health Center in Santa Monica announced a $40 million donation from philanthropists Will and Cary Singleton.
El Segundo-based NantKwest Inc. and Sawtelle-based stem cell bank operator Generate Life Sciences Co. are collaborating on a stem cell-based treatment against Covid-19, the two companies announced Aug. 10.
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.