By Denise Juliano, Group Vice President of Life Sciences, Premier Inc.
CDS solutions that enable prompt, meaningful and actionable decisions are the next innovation that CIOs and life sciences companies should be paying attention to.
By William Leonard, ScD, Chief Information Officer, MPI Research
Cloud computing is certainly a game changer for all industries, especially for Biotech. Like many other biotech companies, our usage of cloud computing is, at present, limited to non-study, administrative systems.
By Robert Jan van der Horst, CIO, DSM Sinochem Pharmaceuticals
Pharmaceutical Serialization is the tracking and tracing of the passage of prescription drugs through the supply chain from manufacturing to dispensing to the patient.
By Yaron Turpaz, Ph.D., MBA, CIO, Human Longetivity, Inc.
We have built an integrated knowledge base and developed cloud-based solutions to process, analyze and visualize such complex multi-dimensional data that procures time-sensitive, meaningful, scientific and personalized health insights.
By Manoj Vig, Head, Clinical Data Repository, IQVIA
One of the biggest bottlenecks in innovation in recent years is the lack of data sharing and collaboration, especially among other companies and among payers and health systems.
By Richard A. Spires, CEO, Learning Tree International
SaaS-based applications are becoming increasingly the way organizations can quickly and easily leverage new applications.
By Abhishek Shankar, VP, Industry Head, Life Sciences Americas, HCL Technologies
The more things change, the more they remain the same. You could arguably apply this theory to the life sciences industry, whose core problems have remained pretty much the same over the last decade.
By Riccardo Altura, CIO, Centro Medico Santagostino
Every patient must have a complete vision through his data, who is using it and why, and the healthcare providers must work to protect that data, especially when working with doctors and clinical staff.
By Sid Nair, VP & GM, Healthcare and Life Sciences, Dell Services
Until recently, the validity of the results from statistical modeling rested upon meeting the model’s underlying assumptions and whether the sample accurately.
By Matthew W. Gosney, Vice-President, Organizational Development & Learning Services, UCHealth
The goal of any talent management process is to help the organization make good decisions.
By Andrew Garrett, PhD, Executive Vice President, Scientific Operations, ICON Clinical Research [NASDAQ: ICLR]
Increasingly, Biotech companies are taking drugs through to regulatory approval and commercialization rather than divesting during development to large Pharma.
By Todd Simpson, CIO, FDA
The FDA's service catalog is comprised of seven parent categories including infrastructure services, personal and mobile computing, enterprise IT application services, professional services, training, governance and general and administrative.