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September 06, 2018

Pharma Tech Outlook Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
The ultimate goal behind eClinical technologies is to understand its impacting factors like high costs for drug development, increasing competition, and harsh regulatory environment.
Companies are leveraging integrated supply chain transformation programs to keep pace with the growth of the business. Some of the manufacturer's drugs contain up to four APIs with each having multiple variants.
What is the amount of training required to start building clinical trial studies? Does the EDC system include on-going training and immediate help? Also, check whether the vendor includes extra fees for both customer support and technical support.
Featured Vendors
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CIO Viewpoint
Robert Jan van der Horst, CIO, DSM Sinochem Pharmaceuticals
The implementation of serialization is a major operation adapting software systems, manufacturing equipment, inspection equipment, communication networks, and messaging with government bodies or endpoint devices at the pharmacist.
Ed Kopetsky, CIO of Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, Stanford Children’s Health
By providing accessible, unified care experiences via digital connectivity, we can innovate and standardize high-quality outpatient care.
CXO Insights
By 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.
By Rishi Kakar, MD, Chief Scientific Officer, Segal Trials
The key to a CRO’s success lies in its ability to understand the issues faced by clinical research sites when conducting a study.