We sent one of our experts to the Connected Health Conference in Washington, D.C. On the blog, he recaps three key trends that will impact our industry.
We’ve entered an age where more people own a mobile device than a toothbrush. As strange and remarkable as that may seem, it presents an unprecedented opportunity for the pharmaceutical industry. Sponsors are quickly learning how to leverage this new level of real-time connectivity to engage patients and improve workflows.
Wearable tracker technology has the potential to radically enhance clinical development, but a few hurdles remain. Our latest blog post covers the current status and future potential of wearables.
Last week, I attended CBI’s e-Rx and EHR conference in Philadelphia, where I moderated the panel discussion The Future of eEnablement: Where It’s Heading and How It Will Enhance Pharma Patient Support Programs. My panel answered many important questions surrounding the eEnablement landscape and how manufacturers can use existing strategies and technology to streamline their patient support programs:
The secret’s out: eEnablement is officially a megatrend in the healthcare industry. From ePrescribing and EMR integration to electronic prior authorizations and online patient consent, every stakeholder in the healthcare ecosystem is looking for innovative ways to leverage technology to streamline their operations, lower costs and enhance the patient experience.
Beginning tomorrow through Thursday, representatives from UBC will be participating in the Cambridge Healthtech Institute's Summit for Clinical Ops Executives (SCOPE). Members of the clinical trial community will convene in Miami for a 3-day conference focused on issues related to each aspect of clinical trial planning and management.