Breadcrumb Home Technology February 07, 2018 12:00 AM News from other sources Modern Healthcare Tweet Share Share Email More Print PharmaceuticalsGilead slips as sales of blockbuster hepatitis drugs fade | BloombergDemand for the company's hepatitis drugs has been slipping. So the company is turning to new diseases for growth.Safety, quality and clinical practiceA breakthrough stroke treatment can save lives—if it's available | The Wall Street JournalThrombectomies can prevent brain damage in stroke patients, but it's far from standard practice in the U.S.FDA calls kratom an 'opioid' and warns against using the supplement | StatThe agency said the herbal supplement is dangerous, comparing it to opioids, a finding it based on an analysis of the molecular structure of its ingredients.Information technologyFlorida judge tosses case alleging Epic's billing software caused fraudulent claims | Fierce HealthcareIn the suit, a compliance review specialist from WakeMed Health alleged that Epic's billing software double-billed Medicare and Medicaid for anesthesia services.In other newsHouse passes bill to change Obamacare nutrition rules | The Weekly StandardThe Common Sense Nutrition Disclosure Act would weaken the requirement for chain restaurants to include calorie counts on thier menus. Letter to the Editor Send us a letter Have an opinion about this story? Click here to submit a Letter to the Editor, and we may publish it in print. Recommended for You Sponsored Content View the discussion thread.