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Five Ways a Good Digital Health Registry Addresses Healthcare System Needs


Registries have traditionally been viewed as static repositories of data to be reviewed in a summary fashion after a predetermined time period.  The expanding need for drilled down relevant data has led to the development of creative sophisticated data analytics … Continue reading

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Five Ways to Turn Big Data into Relevant Data


‘Big Data’ may be defined as data that is so large or complex that it cannot be processed by the usual applications. Current common uses of Big Data in healthcare include the collection of genomic data, insurance claims data, medication prescription … Continue reading

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Five Requirements for the Adoption of Genomics as a Digital Health Tool


That digital health technologies will be adopted to address the ills of healthcare systems around the world is a foregone conclusion. The challenges of the cost of chronic disease burden, physician and patient dissatisfaction While awareness of digital health is … Continue reading

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Five Reasons Why the Future of Clinical Trials Utilizing Mobile Technology is Here


In a previous post I discussed both the merits and needs for the use of mobile technologies in clinical trials. Recruiting patients via social media is now a reality and has been a topic of discussion in many forums, including … Continue reading

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A New Paradigm for Digital Pharma: The Digital KOL


A digital strategy is important for Pharma to remain relevant.  The need to connect with both patients and providers via digital formats and via mobile devices has been dictated by the successful penetration of these types of marketing, educational, and … Continue reading

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Five Ways Analytics in Digital Health Tools Will Change Healthcare


There are many reasons cited why digital technologies hope to improve of patient care as well as the state of healthcare itself. They include improving efficiencies, patient safety, and cost. However, as has been seen with the most ubiquitous face … Continue reading

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Five Reasons Why Digital Pharma Needs Physician Key Opinion Leaders


Physician key opinion leaders (KOLs) have been viewed as a valuable resource in the pharmaceutical (heretofore referred to as Pharma but included are medical device companies) industry. In one study in which 100 KOLS were surveyed, the most important characteristics … Continue reading

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Five Imperatives for Pharma’s Digital Health Strategy


Few would argue that today digital technology represents a critical part of marketing in any business sector.  Though all healthcare stakeholders are usually late to the technology table, market and customer pressure are rapidly accelerating this adoption. It needs to … Continue reading

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Crowdsource-derived Data for Post-Market Surveillance of Drugs and Medical Devices


Recently,Oregon’s Senator Jeff Merkley, with Senators Chuck Grassley (R-IA), Michael Bennet (D-CO) and Herb Kohl (D-WI), introduced the bipartisan Ensuring Safe Medical Devices for Patients Act. It requires the FDA to issue a Unique Device Identifier rule by the end … Continue reading

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mHealth and Pharma: Opportunities for Patients and Industry


No greater is the opportunity for mHealth to break into mainstream healthcare than in partnerships with members of the pharmaceutical community. mHealth’s influence in the sector may be tentacle in the patient care area, the business process area, and the … Continue reading

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