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Healthcare Challenges addressed by Blockchain
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Jan 18, 2018

Healthcare Challenges addressed by Blockchain

Siloni Batra Senior Executive, Application Modernization & Cloud Services, HCL Technologies

The healthcare industry is ahead when it comes to reaping benefits of the blockchain. The technology will help address several of the problems faced today. Several organizations have already begun the journey to adopt the blockchain in their...
CVS Health’s
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CVS Health’s recent acquisition of Aetna is a blockbuster deal. The two entities will join together to take on companies like Amazon, which is rapidly spreading its wings. CVS can now position itself as a one-stop platform for healthcare solutions....
LSH
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Security breaches and centralized data storage endanger the healthcare industry. Healthcare also faces the challenge of saturation in potential cost savings. Blockchain could be an answer to the industry's woes.
Pillars of the Digital Lab
546

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...
LSH
671
Blockchain a technology which facilitates temper free movement and transfer of physics assets by putting all the transactions on a public digital ledger will impact all facets of the LSH paradigm. The paper captures the top implications of...
Blockchain
174

Dec 04, 2017

Blockchain goes beyond Financial Services

Subramanian Murukesan Senior Solutions Architect

Digital currency (Bitcoin) has taken the financial world by storm. Banks see the underpinning technology — blockchain — as useful. Blockchain could revolutionize healthcare. Patients will have control over their data and the technology could even...
Medical Devices
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The implementation of the Unique Device Identifier (UDI) for medical devices has paved the way to a series of new technologies and systems that can be used to track the newly manufactured medical devices. In the event of a manufacturing defect...
The rise of services augmented by AI
362

Dec 01, 2017

The rise of services augmented by AI

Dhinesh Muthuvel Global Engagement Manager

The AI scene has picked up pace over the last few years with recent developments in areas such as Deep learning, Text Analytics and Natural language Generation which has already been embraced by leading tech companies in the world, impacting...
Patient Centricity in Clinical Trials
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Nov 23, 2017

Patient Centricity in Clinical Trials

Mehul Patel DGM Life Sciences Business Consulting

Today, patient engagement has become a critical focal point within the healthcare and pharmaceuticals industry. As technology innovations take center stage, patient-centric clinical trials will be the obvious way forward. 
Voice Interaction
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As value-based healthcare gradually replaces the traditional fee-for-service model, enhanced patient health outcomes will inevitably help HCPs. A study from 2016 unearthed that physicians spend nearly 50% of their time in office on paperwork....
Blockchain
174

Dec 04, 2017

Blockchain goes beyond Financial Services

Subramanian Murukesan Senior Solutions Architect

Digital currency (Bitcoin) has taken the financial world by storm. Banks see the underpinning technology — blockchain — as useful. Blockchain could revolutionize healthcare. Patients will have control over their data and the technology could even...
Data Conservative to Open Access
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Why open data and crowdsourcing approaches are critical in today’s world?
Medical Devices
354
The implementation of the Unique Device Identifier (UDI) for medical devices has paved the way to a series of new technologies and systems that can be used to track the newly manufactured medical devices. In the event of a manufacturing defect...
Healthcare
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Healthcare industry is poised for growth to ~9 trillion by 2020 & if recent announcements by Amazon, JPM & Berkshire are any indication of the things to come expected market can substantially expand by 30%.While sustainable & disruptive...
Pharmerging-Markets-to-contribute-Future-Sales
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Dynamic changes in legislation, patent expiry of block buster drugs, and increasing healthcare costs call for significant changes in the global pharmaceutical industry.
Patient Centricity in Clinical Trials
228

Nov 23, 2017

Patient Centricity in Clinical Trials

Mehul Patel DGM Life Sciences Business Consulting

Today, patient engagement has become a critical focal point within the healthcare and pharmaceuticals industry. As technology innovations take center stage, patient-centric clinical trials will be the obvious way forward. 
HCL IoT
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This blog talks about next-gen technology adoption in Manufacturing explaining the key factory vitals aligned to Industry 4.0. Moving from OEE to measure the factory productivity to Factory Wellness i.e. factory vitals.This blog talks about next-gen...
5G
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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...

Healthcare Challenges addressed by Blockchain
Siloni Batra - Senior Executive | January 18, 2018
525 Views

The healthcare industry is ahead when it comes to reaping benefits of the blockchain. The technology will help address several of the problems faced today. Several organizations have already begun the journey to adopt the blockchain in their operations.


CVS Health’s Acquisition of Aetna: Rise of Community Based Health Care
Himanshukumar Singh - Global Engagement Manager – Healthcare Sales Support | January 11, 2018
439 Views

CVS Health’s recent acquisition of Aetna is a blockbuster deal. The two entities will join together to take on companies like Amazon, which is rapidly spreading its wings. CVS can now position itself as a one-stop platform for healthcare solutions. 


In Blockchain Lies the Long Term Solution for Security and Storage Concerns in Healthcare
Manmanth Kumar - Senior Management Trainee – Healthcare Sales Support | January 9, 2018
263 Views

Security breaches and centralized data storage endanger the healthcare industry. Healthcare also faces the challenge of saturation in potential cost savings. Blockchain could be an answer to the industry's woes.


Pillars of the Digital Lab
Anthony Camisa - DGM, Life Sciences Consulting | December 11, 2017
546 Views

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 bodies.


Implications of Blockchain in Life Sciences and Healthcare
Aarti Pandey - Senior Manager | December 8, 2017
671 Views

Blockchain a technology which facilitates temper free movement and transfer of physics assets by putting all the transactions on a public digital ledger will impact all facets of the LSH paradigm. The paper captures the top implications of blockchain in Payer, Provider and Pharmaceutical space and how those implications would help in overall accessibility of healthcare services by substantially lowering exuberant current cost of healthcare.


Blockchain goes beyond Financial Services
Subramanian Murukesan - Senior Solutions Architect | December 4, 2017
174 Views

Digital currency (Bitcoin) has taken the financial world by storm. Banks see the underpinning technology — blockchain — as useful. Blockchain could revolutionize healthcare. Patients will have control over their data and the technology could even prevent fraudulent claims.


Medical Devices - Is there a well-devised surveillance technology?
Anna Sophia Lawrence - Manager | December 1, 2017
354 Views

The implementation of the Unique Device Identifier (UDI) for medical devices has paved the way to a series of new technologies and systems that can be used to track the newly manufactured medical devices. In the event of a manufacturing defect identified at a later stage, the probability of recalling a medical device is as common as a mobile device or a car that seem to happen very often these days. The identification system also offers a number of benefits to the health care delivery system like the ability to increase patient safety, simplify device post-market surveillance and facilitate medical device innovation.


The rise of services augmented by AI
Dhinesh Muthuvel - Global Engagement Manager | December 1, 2017
362 Views

The AI scene has picked up pace over the last few years with recent developments in areas such as Deep learning, Text Analytics and Natural language Generation which has already been embraced by leading tech companies in the world, impacting business across industries and functions. There will be huge impacts of such technologies in the healthcare space in the years to come – specifically in the patient engagement space through a combination of AI with other avenues - like genomics and a few others - to transform current standards and practices of population health management and patient engagement. 


Patient Centricity in Clinical Trials
Mehul Patel - DGM Life Sciences Business Consulting | November 23, 2017
228 Views

Today, patient engagement has become a critical focal point within the healthcare and pharmaceuticals industry. As technology innovations take center stage, patient-centric clinical trials will be the obvious way forward. 


Partner Enabled Innovation in Healthcare
Partha Marella - Senior Vice President | October 25, 2017
1306 Views

Healthcare, today, demands a system that can efficiently cure or manage multiple comorbidities in an individual, find novel ways of optimizing cost of care including self-help, remote patient engagement or home care. To top it all, the new regulations and outcome driven reimbursement mechanism is forcing the industry to look at multi-level care pathways, resulting in a shift from the product (device/drug) to the consumer.These changes had the effect of a shot of adrenaline and the Med Devices industry is racing to adapt newer ways to deliver care, measure patient outcomes and optimize cost structures.