By Nicholas Ventresca, SVP & CIO, ARIAD Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
We are at a point in time where the old perceptions of what a biotech company is and is not are beginning to exceed the rules.
By Alastair Thomson, CIO, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
Being Chief Information Officer (CIO) of any organization is a challenge, but being the CIO of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) layers on some unique factors.
By Silji Abraham, VP & CIO, MilliporeSigma
In our business, technology plays a significant role of connecting our customers (millions of them) to us and offering a seamless experience from discovery to delivery of necessary products for their experiments.
By Andy Newsom, CIO, CSL Behring
“It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the most responsive to change,” Charles Darwin observed in explaining his theory of evolution.
By Judy Murrah, CIO, Applied DNA Sciences Inc
The Internet of Things is focused on smart things. “Unintelligent” things such as pharmaceuticals need a voice to ensure that they are real, safe, and traceable.
By Douglas Barta, CIO, PAREXEL International
Technology plays a critical role in helping the biopharmaceutical industry navigate the complex drug development journey. There are a number of technologies available to help simplify the process, many of which can make drug development faster, more precise, trackable, and productive.
By Michael Smith, CIO & Head of Global Business Services, Mylan Bertek Pharmaceuticals
Businesses today face many obstacles that are increasingly challenging, complex and immense in scale. IT must redefine its role in business and move beyond simply being a support to organization, or we will not survive.
By Paul Kallukaran, Executive Director, Global Commercial Business Analytics
When Merck IT decided to focus on analytics, the intent was clear – empower the company to identify insights and make data-driven decisions that have the potential to solve important problems and drive shareholder value.
By Roni H. Amiel, Founder & CTO, Pinscriptive
The pace of change for healthcare providers is overwhelming at best. In today’s world of collaborative medicine and mobility, access to actionable, integrated clinical information and applications, regardless of location or device
By Fatima Paruk, MD, MPH – Chief Medical Officer, Allscripts Analytics
It’s an understatement to say that analytics is essential in today’s healthcare environment. Virtually every healthcare organization is undertaking some level of analytics to help respond to the demands facing today’s healthcare industry.