James Anderson, Director, Information Services - Business Relationship Management, Astellas Americas
The dramatic increase in the availability of both internal and external data is impacting the strategic goals and future plans of pharmaceutical companies.
Nataraj Dasgupta, Senior Information Technology Lead, Data Sciences, Systems Development & Analytics, Purdue Pharma L.P.
Big Data is a term that is unusually prone to selective interpretation. If someone tells you that they have Big Data, they are always right. It is not unlike weather predictions, which, like their belief in Big Data.
Steve Cutler, COO, ICON plc [NASDAQ:ICLR]
Electronic Health Records (EHRs) exist to aid in the delivery of care and the administration of health systems.
Matt Bakaitis, Director, Cleveland Clinic
Digital Marketing in healthcare is tricky. Patient privacy issues, complex services that are ultimately personal in nature and an evolving marketplace present unique challenges when deploying digital marketing tools that are routine in other i...
Rhonda Medows, M.D., EVP of Population Health, Providence St. Joseph Health,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.
Dr. Chris Stout, VP, Research and Data Analytics, ATI
Much of the world is focused on the latest sizzle of big data, artificial intelligence, internet-of-things, augmented reality and machine learning.
Dan Dodson, System Director, IT Innovation, UNC Health Care
I started my career in healthcare but quickly took a detour and spent the majority of my work-life in the wireless industry before transitioning back, into digital healthcare.
Tim Jackson, VP Technology, Advanced Clinical
If a firm is NOT using the cloud, they are missing important functional gains and substantial cost savings.
Ashok Upadhyay, IT Sr. Director, Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development & Commercialization, Inc. (U.S.)
In the world of omnipresent social media and smart user-centric devices, digital technologies continue to redefine newer and better ways for people to interact with one another.
Deborah Profit, PhD, Leader, Otsuka Information Technology (OIT), Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development & Commercialization
The healthcare industry, since outset, has been home to some of the most cutting-edge and forward-looking science, whether in biology, chemistry or genetics.