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Remote Physiological Monitoring (RPM)
343
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
754
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
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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
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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
1,354
Internet of Things (IoT) Security: Key Challenges & their Force Multipliers
AI
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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...
Healthcare
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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...
A non-invasive approach for early diagnosis of retinal diseases
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This blog proposes a non-invasive electrophysiology test for early diagnosis of retinal disorders, its procedure and advantages. This blog presents an overview of how retina functions, retinal disorders, some of the existing methodologies for...
AI
909
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...
Artificial Intelligence
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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
274

Feb 22, 2019

Blockchain - A Panacea for Healthcare Systems

Shivendra Singh Yadav Product Leader, Digital & Analytics

Blockchain technology has already made its way to the healthcare sector, and this is only the beginning for future possibilities. Healthcare majors are still trying to figure out what this technology means for them. There are some really...
Platform Economy
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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...
Blockchain
2,549

Feb 20, 2018

Use Cases of Blockchain in Clinical Trials

Nilesh Ray Global Engagement Manager

The transformative potential of the blockchain has been felt in the fintech industry. But the blockchain can also disrupt the life sciences industry. There are several use cases of blockchain technology that can be applied to clinical trials and it...
Adoption Mindset
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As life sciences organizations look forward to doing cutting-edge research, discover new drugs faster, or stay ahead in the race of latest equipment, technology has emerged as the single biggest enabler in tweaking their value chains to meet their...
Treatment
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Apr 01, 2016

Digital: It’s what gets the pulse of healthcare racing

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

Digitization is breaking the silos In healthcare. Synchronizing the speed of modernization with digital solutions is necessary to deliver an organization of the future
Pillars of the Digital Lab
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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...

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

Blockchain Technology and Clinical Trials
Nidhi Bajpai - GROUP MANAGER | September 16, 2019
754 Views

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.

In principle, blockchain is a database which is decentralized. It may be regarded as a pooled set of information, which is shared, immutable and irrefutable – if changes have to be made, the database cannot be altered without the consent of relevant stakeholders.

Blocks are added to the blockchain in a chronological and linear sequence. Each block is linked to a preceding block and holds a timestamp. Also, blockchain eliminates the need to record the same data separately and thus eradicates the inadvertent errors that occur due to the need to capture duplicate records which are redundant.