The Department of Health and Human Services has released new rules allowing patients more freedom to share medical data. The rules will make it easier for patients to access their own medical records and easier for health tech apps to connect to medical information. (CNBC)

The Grand Princess cruise ship has docked near San Francisco after being held offshore for a week. The ship’s 2,400 passengers will be sent to healthcare facilities or quarantine stations. Its crew will remain on the ship. (Reuters)

CVS is offering free delivery of medication amid the coronavirus outbreak. The company is waiving delivery fees. Aetna, now part of CVS, is offering diagnostic tests and telemedicine visits at no cost to patients and waiving refill limits on some medicines. (Reuters)

Biosimilar sales are expected to triple by 2024. A study suggested that, despite the slow uptake in biosimilars, sales could reach roughly $2.5 billion over the next four years as usage begins to grow. (STAT)

Some large drug companies are beginning to ask employees to work from home. Eli Lilly, Biogen and Takeda are asking employees to stay home and practice “social distancing” due to the coronavirus. (BioPharma Dive)