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

Going digital

Going digital

Connected’ medical devices give patients greater control over their health data, and in turn enable doctors to use the data to prompt beneficial patient behaviour. ... Data from patient sensors must be properly integrated with medical information;

Latest news

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

    The report says big data represents a huge shift away from when only pharma companies and regulators held data relevant to medicines and patient health. ... patient data, and granting Europe’s regulatory network direct access to individual patient data

  • Novartis first to benefit from NICE advice on ‘patient preference’ Novartis first to benefit from NICE advice on ‘patient preference’

    on their patient preference study, which should help it to generate the data required to help future products meet the needs of COPD patients.”. ... Collecting certain outcome data alongside the patient preferences, one of the advice recommendations,

  • eConsent: Busting regulatory myths eConsent: Busting regulatory myths

    Myth #4: Regulators are hesitant to support eConsent because it carries data security and privacy risks. ... Patient privacy and security must be managed regardless of whether paper or electronic methods are used.

  • Avenir acquires Cherry, EY wins new account and GK unites businesses Avenir acquires Cherry, EY wins new account and GK unites businesses

    Sensyne is currently in the process of creating a framework for the ethical commercial use of patient medical data. ... We are delighted to be working together to create an ethical framework for the analysis of patient medical data for patient benefit.”

  • Entering the era of digital trials Entering the era of digital trials

    That era has been a long time coming. Researchers used computers to collect and analyse patient data back in the 1960s and, after a slow start, sponsors have moved en masse ... The health of subjects between visits was unknown. Connected devices are

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Latest Intelligence

  • Why precision medicine demands precision engagement Why precision medicine demands precision engagement

    Real-world data from patient records is also growing rapidly. Treatment teams need to remain current on both the latest advances and real-world patient outcomes, while also contributing their own ... New technologies will make it simpler to access,

  • Drug launches to watch in 2019 Drug launches to watch in 2019

    for approval in the US and EU for non-metastatic CRPC on the strength of MFS data from the PROSPER trial. ... The analysis concentrated on patient-reported outcomes data from two studies that compared risankizumab to J&J’s $4bn-a-year IL-12/IL-23

  • How industry platforms can help transform outcomes-based contracting in healthcare How industry platforms can help transform outcomes-based contracting in healthcare

    Platforms simplify data integration and management, eliminating costly overheads while maintaining strong data governance and security. ... Security: because sensitive patient data underpins OBCs, it is essential that platforms manage data in ways that

  • Three steps forward, four steps back Three steps forward, four steps back

    A better outcome can only result from a change in patient behaviour, ie adherence to a therapeutic pathway. ... When data is used, it’s critical that the audience values the sharing of that data.

  • Lonely planet: why there is dwindling value in pharma travelling alone Lonely planet: why there is dwindling value in pharma travelling alone

    The trial relied on a partnership with academics and health providers in Salford, Greater Manchester, to establish an electronic patient data monitoring system to communicate adverse reactions to physicians. ... Ultimately, its mission to demonstrate

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Latest appointments

  • Exco InTouch appoints president and COO Exco InTouch appoints president and COO

    Steve Powell will lead the mobile healthcare app and data capture firm. ... He brings 25 years of healthcare technology experience to Exco InTouch, with a focus on operational and technology growth in clinical research organisations and biotechs, as well

  • PatientsLikeMe names Jason Johnson as head of R&D PatientsLikeMe names Jason Johnson as head of R&D

    Johnson will lead the company's research, data science and informatics teams, which focus on analysing and merging patient-reported data and other data types to develop models of disease progression ... Martin Coulter, CEO at PatientsLikeMe, said: “Our

  • Aurora expands team Aurora expands team

    He has a keen interest in the public engagement of science and medicine, specifically translating complex science and data into public and patient-friendly language.

  • Ariana Pharma appoints Mariana Kuras as chief technology officer

    She will lead technological efforts at the French firm, which provides clinical data analysis services to pharma companies to identify best patient responders, identify patients at risk of adverse events and ... By providing a validated solution to the

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Latest from PMHub

  • How Medisafe is using AI to improve patient adherence

    If you don’t do that on time, it will notify a designated family member, spouse, or whoever the patient chooses.

  • Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare

    But we’ve been here before; as recently as 2016 a scheme to pool anonymised NHS patient data had to be officially scrapped following protests from patients and doctors and a ... a patient’s list of regular medicines, which then have to be dictated or

  • Practical Patient Centricity

    3. Drug development costs can be reduced. Patient-derived data drives the development of medicines. ... Cost effective wearable technology can gather this data, enabling the ‘silent patient voice’ to be heard – coupled with regulatory changes,

  • Congress Effectiveness Management

    The publication of new data is often targeted for release around these significant meetings, allowing for the distribution and correlation of key results, with the ultimate aim being patient benefit. ... Our Scientific Services team is able to

  • More tell, less sell: HCP-centric comms

    One example has been the shift in the balance of the HCP–patient relationship. ... Published 07 May 2018. Accessed 07 June 2018. 3. CDW. Patient Engagement Perspectives Study.

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