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Health insurers will test blockchain for data handling

Health insurers will test blockchain for data handling

Health insurers will test blockchain for data handling. Aims to make health records more accurate and reliable. ... The net benefit should be improved data accuracy, streamlined administration and improved access to care, they suggest.

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  • Cello Health launches new social media and analytics offering Cello Health launches new social media and analytics offering

    More specifically, the new business venture will provide clients access to data sources, including the online conversations and validated views of healthcare professionals to complement the data generated from the vast ... more so, an appetite to be able

  • Shire says all its studies will publish in open access journals Shire says all its studies will publish in open access journals

    In a drive towards greater transparency, Shire has said that in future its peer review articles will only be submitted to journals that provide open access to the full text of ... 60% of all medical research, the industry as a whole has been slow to

  • Duchenne UK and pharma partner pilot data-sharing HTA approach Duchenne UK and pharma partner pilot data-sharing HTA approach

    Duchenne UK and pharma partner pilot data-sharing HTA approach. Pfizer, Roche and PTC Therapeutics are among those participating in Project Hercules. ... These delays are worsened for diseases as there is often limited evidence available to meet the

  • Roche acquires US laboratory big data company Viewics Roche acquires US laboratory big data company Viewics

    Roche has bought a US software firm to gain access to its cloud-based big data platform for laboratory IT systems. ... The firm’s CEO Keith Laughman said its mission was to “provide unprecedented access to disparate healthcare data to surface

  • The state of trust The state of trust

    There is a link between transparency and trust, but the number of requests we’ve had from the public to access data is very limited due to complicated data sets. ... Britain is at the forefront of that. But if we don’t have access to that data

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Latest Intelligence

  • A new era of smart pharma A new era of smart pharma

    Through use of mobile sensors, key biometric data and associated physiology can be tracked. ... Positive change is occurring across the healthcare sector. New technologies and the growing capabilities of big data are widening access and improving efficacy

  • Six degrees of participation Six degrees of participation

    The HCP typically questions the robustness of the data and its relevance to local practice. ... Whether it’s through social listening, online forums or wearable technologies, we now have access to data sets that reveal patient satisfaction levels not

  • The rise of real-world evidence The rise of real-world evidence

    Generating real-world evidence. Companies are stepping up their interest in real-world evidence (RWE) at a time when access to data from outside RCTs is expanding quickly. ... That era is ending. Now, technologies capable of continually capturing data

  • Flight path: the long-haul journey Flight path: the long-haul journey

    Today’s strategic plans must leverage the knowledge of - and continually engage - multi-disciplinary teams that bridge the likes of medical, marketing, market access, sales and business intelligence. ... If you don’t have good visibility or access to

  • Delivering real patient value Delivering real patient value

    A larger proportion of patients (80%) appreciated the need for patient summaries of published data. ... patients. Publication of scientific data is already a core activity for pharma, so these insights are relevant and actionable.

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Latest appointments

  • Medmeme appoints Dr Joseph Laudano to medical affairs role Medmeme appoints Dr Joseph Laudano to medical affairs role

    He said: “The medical affairs function is in the process of evolving from a traditional support role into a more robust, strategic organisation for data generation and dissemination. ... Mahesh Naithani, founder of Medmeme, said: “Medmeme has been

  • Natasha Giordano joins PLx Pharma Natasha Giordano joins PLx Pharma

    I look forward to building on the compelling clinical data and initial market access work the PLx management team has begun and to successfully launching PL2200 Aspirin into the U.S.

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