By Brian Jacobs, MD, VP, CMIO and CIO , Children’s National Health System
The notion that we as healthcare providers should anticipate the needs of patients and act on the latest data might seem self-evident.
By Joanne Beck, Ph.D., Executive Vice President, Global Pharmaceutical Development & Operations, Celgene Corporation
The highly-regulated nature of the pharmaceutical industry – coupled with historically siloed organizational models and mergers and acquisitions that introduce disparate operational and IT systems to the enterprise.
By Christy Wilson, Senior Director, Pharma and Biotech Segment, Elsevier’s R&D Solutions
For pharmaceutical companies, the safety of their products is of paramount concern.
By James Streeter, Global VP Life Sciences Strategy, Oracle Health Sciences
It's a logical conclusion that expanding data sources in clinical trials can lead to more therapies, but does this additional data speed up or slow down a clinical trial?
By Michael Murphy, Chief Medical and Scientific Officer, Worldwide Clinical Trials
In its genesis CRO and sponsor relationships were built around single points of contact, an overflow and capacity based business model with a “feast versus famine” business cycle and a transactional exchange of services.
By Charlton Park, Chief Analytics Officer at University of Utah Hospitals and Clinics
How to increase value is a question all health care providers are facing. The transformation that is necessary will require all providers to improve clinical outcomes.
By Margaretta Nyilas, MD, Senior Vice President, Clinical Management & Business Operations, Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development & Commercialization. Inc.
The steady pace of new disruptive technologies continues to transform our personal lives, as businesses also continue to realize increasing efficiencies and cost reductions.
By Tony Schueth, CEO and Managing Partner, Point-of-Care Partners
Patient-centric educational materials are needed now as never before. Federal mandates require physicians to use electronic health records (EHRs) to meet patient engagement and quality requirements.
By Kevin Dawson, VP, Information Services, LA BioMed Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute
IT executives are expected to be business leaders responsible for the information services function from end-to-end and not just the custodians of the IT infrastructure.
By Brad Martin, Senior Director, Product Marketing, PRO Unlimited
There is a dramatic change happening in enterprise software design. The chasm between the consumer and enterprise experience is quickly closing. Enterprise users demand the same product experiences they have in their personal lives.