By Neal Wright, CIO, On Lok
There are a couple of cloud technologies that we have adopted successfully. Deciding to put our fundraising system on Salesforce was a no-brainer.
By Ulrich Geilinger, Venture Capitalist, HBM Partners AG
One of the most profitable and but also very risky venture is the development of a new drug that ultimately need to be approved by the FDA before they can be marketed to US patients.
By Nilesh Patkar, CIO, NaviMedical
All over the globe, healthcare organizations and all participants in the healthcare ecosystem are increasingly making IT investments to improve their care delivery, efficiency, capabilities.
By Damian Skelton, Area Vice President, Medxcel Facilities Management
Making a decision based on second-hand experience, manufacture sales pitches or un-vetted third-party recommendations are dangerous.
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 Dr. Ammar Raza, Country Medical Director, Allergan
As consumers become more and more engaged in their own healthcare decision-making, they are more likely to seek newer solutions, tools, and information that help them focus on quality, costs, and convenience.
By Michael Murphy, Chief Medical and Scientific Officer, Worldwide Clinical Trials
In its genesis CRO and sponsor relationships were built around single points of contact, an overflow and capacity based business model with a “feast versus famine” business cycle and a transactional exchange of services.
By Tim Jackson, VP (Information Technology), Advanced Clinical
How often are you asked to make decisions where there is a large chunk of “unknowns”?