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Remote Physiological Monitoring (RPM)
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...
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...

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...
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
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
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-...
Force Multipliers
Internet of Things (IoT) Security: Key Challenges & their Force Multipliers
Traditionally, medical devices were restricted to giving a certain set of outputs for a complimentary set of inputs, which would be used as information by doctors to make decisions. The accuracy of decisions would be purely at the professional’s...
The only way to find out how Big Data is making the world a better place is by tracing its uses in healthcare. As per HIMSS, the amount of healthcare data being generated is increasing at an exponential rate of 48% a year, hence, healthcare...
Pharma Research Value Chain

Sep 26, 2016

Recalibrating the Pharma R&D Process through Precompetitive Collaboration

Abhishek Shankar SVP, Hi-Tech Industries and GM Enterprise Studio

With most pharmaceutical companies’ R&D department struggling at the time, the need of the hour is for pharma companies to enhance technologies driving their research value chain.
Big Data Transforming
With newer models of analytics and strategic collaboration between healthcare organizations, patients will see reduced costs for better care and visibility to a variety of health care information.

Jul 23, 2018

Healthcare Transition

Shrikanth Shetty Executive Vice President

A significant section of the American population suffers from high blood pressure. Most of the adults suffering from the disease continue to receive “passive care.” What they desire from healthcare today is patient-centricity. Coping with a chronic...
Solving Complex Problems
The world is fast evolving, with Artificial intelligence (AI) at the forefront in changing the world and our lives. It can no longer be considered a technology of the future as it is already shaping the ecosystem that...
Pillars of the Digital Lab

Dec 11, 2017

Pillars of the Digital Lab

Anthony Camisa DGM, Life Sciences Consulting

Pillar of digital lab is defined as a foundational elements which will be leveraged to design the future labs. These labs will be highly cost effective, produce better quality results, reduce errors, and instantly provide compliance for regulatory...
Artificial Intelligence
The greatest change AI will bring in healthcare is enabling clinicians to make sense of the mind-boggling amount of patient data being generated every day. Establishing concrete patterns between diverse data points will empower doctors to make...
Blockchain in Supply Chain
Supply chain is among the two industry sectors (financial services being the other one) which the blockchain is likely to transform in the near future. This blogs emphasizes on one of the prominent use case of Blockchain Technology i.e. Supply Chain...
Hospital Strengthens Systems

May 05, 2020

Hospital Strengthens Systems and Processes During Crisis

Lisa Sass Senior Principal Product Marketing Manager

How one hospital was able to quickly make technology changes during the pandemic response that enabled secure remote work, automated provisioning of IT, medical devices and accessories, and streamlined access to applications the hospital depends on...
Platform Economy
If the COVID-19 pandemic had any clear telling on our civilization, then it must be the digital manifestation of everyday life. From groceries to classrooms and music concerts, everything that we can experience is being enabled by a digital platform...

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

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

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

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”!

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