Dawn Niccum, Director, Quality Assurance, inSeptionGroup
For those who remember the days of rotary dial phones and dot matrix printers, the changes in technology have been incredible.
Damian Skelton, Area Vice President, Medxcel Facilities Management
The building automation system (BAS) is the primary backbone for energy savings in a hospital.
Margaretta Nyilas, MD, SVP, Clinical Management & Business Operations, Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development & Commercialization
The steady pace of new disruptive technologies continues to transform our personal lives, as businesses also continue to realize increasing efficiencies and cost reductions.
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.
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.
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.
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....
Derek Evans, SVP and Practice Head—Commercial Effectiveness, Symphony Health Solutions
In today’s ever-changing healthcare industry, pharmaceutical companies need to handle a mass of healthcare data every day.
Ron Guido, VP, Regulatory Affairs, IRX Therapeutics
The emergence of biosimilars has highlighted the challenges involved in manufacturing large, complex biological products.