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This page shows the latest electronic medical records news and features for those working in and with pharma, biotech and healthcare.

Disruptive technologies set to stabilise soaring drug prices

Disruptive technologies set to stabilise soaring drug prices

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  • Health insurers will test blockchain for data handling Health insurers will test blockchain for data handling

    Blockchain is a continuously growing list of records, called blocks, which are linked and secured using cryptography. ... A Deloitte report on the application of blockchain to healthcare published in 2016 predicted that the technology could “provide a

  • Roche to buy cancer data firm Flatiron for $1.9bn Roche to buy cancer data firm Flatiron for $1.9bn

    complete control of the company and its oncology-specific electronic health record (EHR) and RWE software. ... Meanwhile, in 2017 Roche used GNS Healthcare’s REFS technology to analyse large volumes of proprietary data, such as electronic medical

  • Fujitsu begins two-year medical AI research project Fujitsu begins two-year medical AI research project

    The medical information put to use will include cancer patient data and patient data from electronic medical records collected by Kyoto University Hospital. ... The firms say that existing AI technology has yet to adequately integrated the huge volumes

  • Healthcare in the digital age Healthcare in the digital age

    One of the first things on Kimpen’s agenda when he was appointed chief executive officer of UMC was to implement a “completely integrated electronic medical record - that was my first ... In 2014 we took the courageous step to open up the electronic

  • Celgene engages IBM Watson for patient safety work Celgene engages IBM Watson for patient safety work

    IBM says the high volumes of data will be obtained from “diverse sources, including anonymised electronic medical records, medical claims databases and other healthcare information sources”.

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  • Pharma’s isolated islands of innovation Pharma’s isolated islands of innovation

    Electronic patient health records are becoming the norm. Interaction is moving beyond the computer and phone and into distributed voice-activated services such as Alexa. ... The range. of data-enabled medical devices currently and soon-to-be available.

  • A critical juncture for clinical data management A critical juncture for clinical data management

    Real-world data and evidence, electronic clinical outcome assessments, data from smartphones and other mobile devices, social media community data and electronic health/medical records are examples of the new data ... Elements such as electronic clinical

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

    Increasingly, researchers are mitigating these weaknesses by combining the resources with data from emerging sources, such as electronic medical records (EMRs). ... EMRs and more comprehensive electronic health records (EHRs) have been around for decades

  • The gold standard of scientific evidence The gold standard of scientific evidence

    In the United States last summer, the FDA released a guidance document on the use of RWE to support regulatory decision-making for medical devices. ... Health insurance claims and electronic medical records represent other high-quality sources of data.

  • The real-world data conundrum The real-world data conundrum

    Real-world data’ is a collective term that includes a variety of sources ranging from electronic health records and health surveys to registries and administrative data. ... Similarly, regulators are now increasingly growing to appreciate that

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  • Digital Nation: How Australia became a digital health pioneer

    For example, its national patient health record, called ‘My Health Record’, is a consolidated digital summary of Australian residents’ medical information and has more than a 90% participation rate – the highest

  • Rethinking Electronic Medical Records

    Imagine a world where medical records are never lost, doctors and hospitals are more efficient, and no matter where you are, your physician can access your notes at the click of ... That’s the attractive promise of the electronic medical record (EMR).

  • Report: Customer experience, shaping digital healthcare

    How we should be rethinking electronic medical records. Digital nation: how Australia became digital health pioneers.

  • 03 Health Services

    They will also be launching into a fast-evolving digital ecosystem. Specific products will offer different medical merits but their success will depend on how effectively brands can blend digital into ... Many areas of healthcare have already been busy

  • Challenges of using electronic media with translated content

    This is part of the service at Conversis Medical (referred to as digital DTP or software localisation). ... Dr Mark Hooper is a director at Conversis Medical. For more information visit conversis.com.

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