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Healthcare
76
comes to breaking such a triangle by disrupting the status quo. Industries such as commercial aviation and computing went through disruptions which made services affordable, accessible, and better over time. The same is possible for the healthcare...
Rising Tide
160
The next-generation patient engagement portal (PEP) will track patient journeys from end to end. Automated health chatbots will become an integral functionality of PEPs. Healthcare organizations will be able to use artificial intelligence (AI) to...
AI Innovation
279
Digitization, Internet of things, connected humans, connected machines, and connected world are all generating large volumes of data at an unprecedented scale. IDC predicts that by 2025, there will be 175 zettabytes of data and continue growing at...
Remote Physiological Monitoring (RPM)
101
Digital healthcare enterprises today leverage data, are experience centric and outcome driven, and are keen on innovating. However, the key element that will determine the future of healthcare is consumer empowerment. RPM is a classic example of how...
Blockchain
282
Data hack, theft, or infringement are major issues which cannot be ignored when it comes to drug development. Trained professionals or hackers determine and manipulate vulnerabilities in a computer system and/or network to gain unauthorized access...
AR
353

Jul 03, 2019

The role of AR in Shaping the Future of Life Sciences

Anil Tickoo Associate Vice President, Life Sciences and Healthcare

Life sciences industry is looking for compelling use cases where AR can transform patient/customer engagement, make treatment delivery easier for healthcare professionals, and aid advanced research in pharmaceuticals. With its ability to accurately...
LSH
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Predictive analytics has the potential to enhance value-based care for patients while also driving down costs for payers and providers. As value-based care becomes the norm, next gen enterprises need to leverage predictive analytics to improve...
Humane iiot
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Strategies that plant managers and key IIoT decision makers should consider when embarking on their IoT-led transformation journey to make an enthused, engaged, and receptive workforce.
Reimagining Clinical Trial
1,282
Increasing the rate of clinical productivity and bringing the products to market faster remain the key focal points for the Pharma industry. This is especially true in these times of pricing pressures, hyper-competition from generics, and outcomes-...
LSH
944
Predictive analytics has the potential to enhance value-based care for patients while also driving down costs for payers and providers. As value-based care becomes the norm, next gen enterprises need to leverage predictive analytics to improve...
5G
1,457
Telecom is going through a digital revolution in terms of technology, business models, ecosystem, services , and 5G is set to revolutionize industries. 5G presents a huge opportunity for the digitalization of economies and modernization of all...
Cold Chain
1,776

Jun 28, 2018

Cold Chain Logistics in Pharma

Harjotsingh Chance Senior Executive, Life Sciences- Business Solutions Group

The main ingredients for maintaining a cold chain are effective digital communication and data collection. The complete integration of the entire supply chain processes, linking them to the data supporting regulatory needs and quality considerations...
Emerging Startups
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In the recent past, a number of healthcare blockchain start-ups have emerged. These start-ups have found themselves a place in  the healthcare space; for instance, PokitDok and Patientory which focus  on the EMR space and Gem which focuses...
Blockchain
282
Data hack, theft, or infringement are major issues which cannot be ignored when it comes to drug development. Trained professionals or hackers determine and manipulate vulnerabilities in a computer system and/or network to gain unauthorized access...
IoT
1,997

Feb 26, 2018

IoT Impact on manufacturing

Saurabh Chaturvedi Deputy General Manager

The blog talks about impact of internet of things in Manufacturing. There has been lot of development in adopting next-gen technologies like IoT in MFG and there has been huge investment under the use cases identified in this vertical.
Healthcare
76
comes to breaking such a triangle by disrupting the status quo. Industries such as commercial aviation and computing went through disruptions which made services affordable, accessible, and better over time. The same is possible for the healthcare...
AI Innovation
279
Digitization, Internet of things, connected humans, connected machines, and connected world are all generating large volumes of data at an unprecedented scale. IDC predicts that by 2025, there will be 175 zettabytes of data and continue growing at...
IoT Works
966

Feb 26, 2018

Internet of Things in Retail

Ashwini Global Engagement Manager

This blogs emphasizes the impact of IoT in Retail. How internet of things is enabling retail to achieve business transformation and what are the key use cases where IoT can play a big role.

IoT in Medical Devices
Neha Thakur - Manager | September 7, 2015
1711 Views

While the Internet has historically been an important communication channel for traditional computing devices such as PCs, tablets and smartphones, the much hyped concept of ‘Internet of Things’ refers to a network of non-traditional computer devices connected through the Internet.


How is healthcare transformation improving customer engagement
Amit Mody - Associate Vice President - Solutions For Payer/Provider | September 4, 2015
429 Views

The key to winning customers is providing greater transparency in cost of care, billing, personalized actionable information, information on preventive care

Patient Recruitment and Retention Strategy for Clinical Trials
Narender Dureja - Associate Vice President | February 4, 2015
248 Views

Considering the different phases in a clinical trial, there is a need for subjects to be enrolled according to the eligibility criteria defined in the study protocol. Holding the involvement of the right patients is a critical barrier for investigators and sponsors. During the conduct phase of clinical trials, sites usually spend most of their time working on patient recruitment, and yet, statistics show that despite this effort, reaching enrollment goals according to the timeline is frustratingly elusive in many studies.


We need Deep Data, not Big Data
Ravi Sankar C J - Vice President | January 13, 2015
227 Views

In an article titled, “How big data can revolutionize pharmaceutical R&D”, the McKinsey Global Institute estimates that applying big-data strategies for better informed decision making could generate up to $100 billion in value annually across the U.S.


Pharmerging Markets to contribute Future Sales
Vijai Krishna | January 8, 2015
240 Views

Dynamic changes in legislation, patent expiry of block buster drugs, and increasing healthcare costs call for significant changes in the global pharmaceutical industry. These changes are driving pharma companies to explore pharmerging markets for personalized medicines, biopharmaceuticals and biosimilars, which are opening up opportunities for further growth.


Need for Cold-Chain Monitoring in Healthcare
Harsha Vachher - Senior Technical Lead | January 6, 2015
1265 Views

Most of the pharmaceutical products like vaccines, serums, etc. are temperature-sensitive and require special handling once manufactured. To ensure the effectiveness of the vaccines, they need to be stored within the temperature range specified by manufacturers. Most of the vaccines are heat-sensitive; thereby need customized storage and transportation to ensure their effectiveness.The process of transporting biological products involves sophisticated technologies such as refrigeration systems and is termed as cold chain.


Artificial Intelligence holds the key to unlocking the Healthcare Iron Triangle
Tanveer Singh - Associate Manager – Healthcare Business Solutions Group | November 18, 2019
76 Views

comes to breaking such a triangle by disrupting the status quo.

Industries such as commercial aviation and computing went through disruptions which made services affordable, accessible, and better over time. The same is possible for the healthcare industry. This is especially true in a time when technological breakthroughs, better medical understanding, and deeper research interests are intersecting to create a ripe environment for the inevitable disruptions that will herald the next era in healthcare. This is where Artificial Intelligence (AI) in healthcare comes in. Read the blog to know more.


Rising tide of patient engagement in Healthcare
Avdhut Mohanrao Pure - Senior Management Trainee – Healthcare Sales Support | October 30, 2019
160 Views

The next-generation patient engagement portal (PEP) will track patient journeys from end to end. Automated health chatbots will become an integral functionality of PEPs. Healthcare organizations will be able to use artificial intelligence (AI) to deliver personalized, compliant, and intelligent healthcare information naturally and conversationally. Telehealth/eHealth, another aspect of PEP will use telecommunications and virtual technology to deliver healthcare sans the traditional setup. This also includes virtual home healthcare to aid chronically ill patients with guidance on certain procedures from providers. Healthcare providers can use mobile health technology to access clinical information, communicate with patients, and offer real-time solutions. Patients can also utilize mHealth to access their clinical data through mobile-enabled patient portals and communicate with care givers.


The amazing power of synthetic data to drive AI innovation
Jayachandran Kizhakootramachandran - Associate Vice President | October 21, 2019
279 Views

Digitization, Internet of things, connected humans, connected machines, and connected world are all generating large volumes of data at an unprecedented scale. IDC predicts that by 2025, there will be 175 zettabytes of data and continue growing at an exponential scale. These trends would give an impression that data is available at an unbelievable scale at everyone’s disposal. It’s not exactly so. Many artificial intelligence (AI) projects and innovations get stalled due to non-availability of data or because the data collection process is too cumbersome and time consuming. Believe it or not but great ideas get nipped in the bud due to data scarcity!


Beyond Hospital Walls: consumer empowerment for faster, better and cost-effective care
Dr. Sandesh Prabhu - Associate Vice President | September 23, 2019
101 Views

Digital healthcare enterprises today leverage data, are experience centric and outcome driven, and are keen on innovating. However, the key element that will determine the future of healthcare is consumer empowerment. RPM is a classic example of how the aspects of care have moved closer to consumers, thanks to technological advancements and accompanying regulations and incentive structures. Laws and regulatory bodies have also started propagating the mainstream adoption of care models enabled by RPM. As RPM brings health and care to consumers, innovation in technology is getting a boost as well, and this is just the beginning of true “self-service healthcare”!

Shantanu Baruah, HCL America <shantanub@hcl.com>; Shimona Chadha <Shimona_Chadha@hcl.com>; Mohit Singh <mohit_si@hcl.com>; Ishita Gupta <ishita.g@hcl.com>; Mrinmoyee Maulik <mrinmoyee.m@hcl.com>