By Mike Capone, COO, Medidata Solutions
Digital biomarkers generated from mHealth tools are a fairly new concept in clinical trials, but the industry is evolving quickly.
By Steve Betts, CIO, Health Care Service Corporation
The unprecedented level of change and unpredictability that we are experiencing within the healthcare industry shows no signs of slowing down.
By Jennifer Briley Christian, Vice President, Clinical Evidence, IQVIA
As the capabilities of digital health continue to expand, leaders are envisioning a healthcare landscape transformed by patient-generated data.
By Dr. Chris Stout, VP, Research and Data Analytics, ATI
Much of the world is focused on the latest sizzle of big data, artificial intelligence, internet-of-things, augmented reality and machine learning.
By Mark Zielazinski, Chief Information & Technology Integration Officer, Marin General Hospital
We believe that virtual presence with its frequent two-way conversations between patient and caregiver will actually increase patient satisfaction.
By Terry Godier, Medical practitioner, mybiosource.com
ELISA is a popular acronym for an enzyme-linked immunosorbent test that detects as well as measures antibodies in the blood.
By Claus Feussner, Ph.D., Senior Vice President Vetter Development Service, Vetter Pharma-Fertigung GmbH & Co. KG
The result of what will come out at the end of a process will likely depend on the quality and thoroughness of what was put in.
By Andy Newsom, CIO, CSL Behring
“It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the most responsive to change,” Charles Darwin observed in explaining his theory of evolution.
By Michelle Woodley, Chief Nursing Information Officer, St. Joseph Health
Clinical Informatics was first designated as a nursing specialty by the American Nurses Association (ANA) in 1992.
Every single day, the technology of artificial intelligence has been moving a step ahead to transform the medical industry. Today, using data as an asset, healthcare is all set to unleash the AI effect.