By Darryl McConnell, SVP, Research Site Head Austria, Boehringer Ingelheim
Drug discovery and development is a prolonged, complex and costly process, constantly accompanied by the high degree of uncertainty whether a drug will succeed....
By Kristin Darby, CIO, Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA)
The rapid decrease in the cost of DNA sequencing that has occurred since 2008 has ignited innovation in the precision medicine area.
By Paul Ritchie, Executive Director of Information Technology,Eppendorf
R&D needs more powerful machines than most users, its engineers have high-maintenance and one-off applications on those machines, and IT is consistently surprised by new demands from hither to unknown new product development initiatives.
By Ray Carr, SVP Operations, Linde Americas
Prioritization is your key to success. As traditional industries we have a long 'legacies' that present an almost overwhelming set of opportunities to exploit technology and digital solutions.
By Brad Swarbrick, owner, Quality by Design Consultancy
What this translated to, compared to the traditional approach to process validation, is that the three batch validation system is no longer acceptable and a Continuous Verification approach must be adopted.
By Blythe Lawton, Senior Director, First Associates Loan Servicing
Using Artificial Intelligence to record every call and interaction offers the necessary customer insight to improve key service areas.
By William Feaster, Chief Medical Information Officer, Children’s Hospital of Orange County
The emerging solution to this crisis of rising costs is the shift to value-based reimbursement. The best way to describe this is with the “triple aim” as described by the Institute of Healthcare Improvement (IHI).
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 Chad Wilson, Director, IT Security, Children's National Health System
An ideal healthcare system involves open doors, where no patients are denied admission or treatment.
By Ramkumar Rayapureddy, Global CIO, Mylan
The surge in clinical trials across the world has led to an increase in the volume of data pertaining to new drugs, ailments and their outcomes being recorded.