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electronic patient records

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

Big opportunities in big data, but EMA and industry just getting started

Big opportunities in big data, but EMA and industry just getting started

Big data encompasses a broad range of non-clinical trial sources, from emerging ‘omics’ (genomics, proteomics etc) as well as electronic patient records, real world studies and patient-generated data from ... patient data, and granting Europe’s

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  • 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

  • 2017 pharma trends: Bon chance! 2017 pharma trends: Bon chance!

    Our PBMs claims data is integrated into our patient's electronic health records,” noted Susan Coutinho McAllister, MD, associate chief medical officer at Cooper University Health Care, a hospital in Camden, ... Cooper teams can log into a patient's

  • Clinical study potential for electronic health records Clinical study potential for electronic health records

    Electronic health records have the potential to streamline the clinical trials process and reduce costs but still face too much red tape, according to a new study. ... The researchers then used patients' electronic health records, as recorded in the CPRD

  • Creating a big impact with data in sales Creating a big impact with data in sales

    Making better use of data offers companies a number of ways of adding value to their activities

  • The rules of digital patient engagement The rules of digital patient engagement

    Many clinical researchers therefore see the endgame in this digitisation process as the routine recruitment of potential patients on the basis of electronic health records (EHR), which would have the additional ... In Europe, for example, the four-year

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

    With service design and technology often failing the patient, why perspective on improving outcomes need to change. ... Electronic patient health records are becoming the norm. Interaction is moving beyond the computer and phone and into distributed voice

  • Are patients ready for digital doctors? Are patients ready for digital doctors?

    The most obvious example here is the ability to process and provide access to big data repositories - such as published clinical or electronic patient records from across all of their treatment ... areas - that can empower HCPs to make better, more

  • Who's listening? Why a tailored approach to education improves outcomes Who's listening? Why a tailored approach to education improves outcomes

    In an increasingly resource-constrained environment with a growing need to show measurable impact in patient outcomes, medical education needs to smarten up. ... In the UK, use of electronic patient records and prescribing systems allows analysis of

  • Inside: CROs (2013/2014) Inside: CROs (2013/2014)

    The technology theme continues from patient recruitment to electronic health records and we ask if they could be an answer to rising R&D costs and falling success rates?

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  • Mastering the precision medicine opportunity

    This data will come from a patient’s genetics, electronic health records, microbiome, diet, lifestyle, and will be the driving force behind improved outcomes. ... However, in precision medicine, we ask what treatment is best for the patient?

  • Can Bitcoin make your medical records more secure?

    Discover why the data encryption technology 'blockchain' could be the safest option for the future of medical records storage. ... Patient records can be stored digitally and will be available to any doctor in seconds.

  • Electronic medical records and doctor/patient communication

    For many US physician practices, implementing EMR software and converting paper patient records to electronic form has been massively disruptive, as well as costly. My own primary care practice, a small ... to scan through paper records, improves

  • Research Partnership

    Electronic medical records and doctor/patient communication. ... Mary Assimakopoulos examines a common yet often unaddressed patient concern – the very human fear of needles!

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