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By Mark Zielazinski, Chief Information & Technology Integration Officer, Marin General Hospital, Greenbrae, California
Telemedicine has resulted in money saving efficiencies to hospital operations, improved patient safety, and given more people access to healthcare service among other benefits.
By Ashish Atreja, Asst Professor and Chief Innovation Officer, Medicine, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Scientific Founder, Rx.Health
There have been two major technology waves that have influenced healthcare IT in the last two decades.
By David Iorns, Chief Architect, Science Exchange And Nolan McDonnell, Vice President, Head of Product, Science Exchange
Not only the R&D organizations should maintain their own IT infrastructure, but they must ensure that their outsourced R&D service providers demonstrate a commitment to data security.
By Andrea Fiumicelli, VP and General Manager, CSC Healthcare & Life Sciences
The healthcare and life sciences industry is undergoing a wholesale transformation. In every corner of the world, healthcare and life sciences companies—which include pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device manufacturers.
By Paul Blake, Associate Director, GEP Worldwide
To re-imagine what is possible, without the limits that the status-quo imposes, and to work out how best to use our intellect and creativity
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 Paul Strouts, Global MD (Life Sciences Division), Hays
Employers are facing a shortage of skills across the board, most notably in sales, data science and project management skills in their current teams.
By Marc F. Probst, VP & CIO, Intermountain Healthcare
The concept of standards is not novel; they touch almost every aspect of our lives. In the U.S., we have standards for electricity, water quality, road signs, food preparation, the internet, QWERTY keyboards, and cellphones.
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 Leyla Hannbeck, Chief Pharmacist & Director of Pharmacy, National Pharmacy Association
The use of technology in healthcare has the potential to strengthen relationships amongst healthcare professionals and transform patient safety.
By David Kwasha, APAC Region Head VP & Managing Director, Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc
Now with the advent of genetic therapy, cure based innovations will accelerate and create the most significant breakthrough chapter of human health history in my view.