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Four digital health trends set to reinvent and re-energise pharma

Four digital health trends set to reinvent and re-energise pharma

His observation that ‘personalised prevention’ enabled by the ‘data-crunching power of AI’ will become the guiding principle of public health in the 2020s, and the increasing dominance of digital health ... It’s a combination of antipsychotic

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

    To provide such insights, Oracle integrated Proteus Digital Health’s adherence-tracking smart pill into its EDC system, while other companies use connected tablet bottles, app notifications and SMS text messages ... End-to-end digital drug development

  • Otsuka refiles 'digital' medicine for mental illness Otsuka refiles 'digital' medicine for mental illness

    developed by Proteus, saying it wasn't happy with the risk analysis for the digital medicine. ... Proteus' digital medicine has already been approved in the US, Europe and China for use on its own, but if the current filing goes through it would be the

  • FDA knocks-back Otsuka's digital pill plans FDA knocks-back Otsuka's digital pill plans

    Otsuka's plans to combine its antipsychotic drug Abilify with Proteus' digital pill to measure adherence have suffered a setback in the US after the FDA declined to approve the ... Proteus' digital medicine has, by itself, already been approved by the FDA

  • Proteus: Digital medicines set to transform healthcare Proteus: Digital medicines set to transform healthcare

    That's according to leading 'digital pill' firm Proteus Digital Health, whose head of customer partnering was speaking at the PM Society's Digital Health Works II event yesterday. ... Proteus' Barnaby Poulton told the Digital Health Works II audience in

  • UK to trial ingestible digital health technology UK to trial ingestible digital health technology

    Proteus Digital Health will collaborate with several NHS bodies on the study. ... Proteus Digital Health's digital medicines contain a tiny sensor that is activated in the stomach and communicates information about how an individual is taking their

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  • Deal Watch October 2018

    hormone deficiency. Acquisition of. product rights. $145m. Proteus Digital Health/. Otsuka. ... Digital medicines for mental health. Development. collaboration. $88m. Cellular Biomedicine/. Novartis.

  • Tools for the digital world Tools for the digital world

    For instance, personification has been used in some digital tools designed to help patients make basic assessments - though not medical diagnoses - of their own health. ... The company behind this ‘smart pill’ technology, Proteus Digital Health,

  • Big Data – the next big thing Big Data – the next big thing

    Scary thought? As a matter of fact technology enabling medication intake monitoring already exists and can be purchased from multiple vendors including AdhereTech and Proteus Digital Health. ... Currently our teams of analysts and data scientists

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