By James Mogavero, Director of IT, Northwell Health
After working in technology for over twenty years I've found that no matter which sector you work in many of the IT related processes are the same....
By Xavier Flinois, President, PAREXEL Informatics
Qualified Clinical Research Organizations (CROs) are now making technology decisions when it comes to the development and execution of clinical trials,
By Sanaz Motahari, CPO, Brite Health
A pillar of any behavior change framework is understanding the unique differences between people and delivering the elements of the framework at the right moment.
By Keith Perry, CIO & SVP, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
It is an inspiring time to be working at the intersection of technology and health care. At St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, we understand that technology is fundamental to accomplishing our mission.
By Susan Weidner, Senior Vice President, IntrinsiQ Specialty Solutions, a part of AmerisourceBergen
Precision medicine –fueled by technological advances, scientific breakthroughs and significant financial investments – has the potential to improve patient lives all around the world.
By Matt Lasmanis, US CIO, GSK [LSE:GSK] [NYSE:GSK]
Over the last decade, we’ve seen digital technology disrupt business as usual, drive remarkable returns for some companies, and utterly change the way we all live—from how we order a taxi to planning our next meal.
By Richard Hu, Associate Director CMC, Curis
For cancer patients, chemotherapy and radiation therapy have long been the only options. Recent development of immuno-oncology has changed the game.
By Rick White, CIO, Sotera Defense Solutions, Inc.
DataViz is pervasive in both print and web media and this has served to further raise the bar for succinct and effective messaging.
By Rhonda Medows, M.D., EVP of Population Health, Providence St. Joseph Health And Deepak Sadagopan, VP of Population Health informatics and government programs, Providence St. Joseph Health
With the increasing emphasis on value-based care, population health will continue as a driving force for American health systems.
By James Cai, Head of Data Science, Roche
To fully realize the power of AI, it is important for both pharma and academia to invest in research at the intersection of AI and biomedicine. It is also imperative to systematically generate high quality, properly labeled data.