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...
By Terry Godier, Medical practitioner, mybiosource.com
ELISA is a popular acronym for an enzyme-linked immunosorbent test that detects as well as measures antibodies in the blood.
By Ronald Ortiz, Director Manufacturing Science & Technology, Pacira Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
The primary tenet of supplier relationships should be agility.
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 Gustavo Salem, Group President at IDEX Health & Science LLC
Here, we work closely to get the right costs, manufacturability and performance quality.
By Slava Akmaev, SVP, Chief Analytics Officer, Co-founder & Head of Berg Analytics, BERG Health
A handful of companies have been using AI methodologies in target discovery by analyzing vast amounts of data.
By Patrick McIntyre, SVP of Health Care Analytics, Anthem
There’s nothing more personal than healthcare. However, as providers are seeing more and more patients, time and resources are stretched thin.
By Pracha Eamranond, Senior VP, Medical Affairs and Population And Meghan O’Neill, Project Manager in Information Systems, Lawrence General Hospital
Population health continues to play an enormous and evolving role in the forefront of health IT.
By Mark Zielazinski, Chief Information & Technology Integration Officer, Marin General Hospital
We believe that virtual presence with its frequent two-way conversations between patient and caregiver will actually increase patient satisfaction.
By Dustin Roller, VP, Innovation Technology, ASD Healthcare, a part of AmerisourceBergen
As consumer technology continues to progress at an incredible rate, the healthcare field is experimenting with how these advances can shape patient care.
By Cynthia A. Challener, Ph.D., Scientific Content Director, That’s Nice LLC
Evaluation of the safety and efficacy of new medicines is a crucial component of the drug development process, but one that has become increasingly complex and costly. Clinical trials today are often global