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IMI calls for advancements in machine learning and digital clinical trials

IMI calls for advancements in machine learning and digital clinical trials

IMI. However, due to advancements in digital technologies and the widespread use of wearable devices, it is now possible to assess patients remotely according to the IMI, which could mean a

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  • Smart watch epilepsy monitor cleared by FDA Smart watch epilepsy monitor cleared by FDA

    The market for wearable devices with healthcare applications is estimated to be around $6bn at the moment, ranging from activity monitors through to diagnostic and disease management aids.  A boom in ... Last year, trials started of a smart watch

  • Sanofi: Wearables are a core part of our digital trials strategy Sanofi: Wearables are a core part of our digital trials strategy

    Pharma firm partners with Parexel on patient sensor work. Sanofi is looking to wearable devices to improve the way it collects data and increase the effectiveness and efficacy of its clinical

  • Medtronic integrates Garmin data into its remote monitoring platform Medtronic integrates Garmin data into its remote monitoring platform

    Can now sync information from vivofit wearable devices. Medtronic has signed a deal with Garmin to allow data from its vivofit wearable devices to be synced with its remote patient monitoring ... platform. The Medtronic Care Management Services' (MCMS)

  • Innovating patient care Innovating patient care

    Add to this the prescribing of a disease management programme such as myCOPD, or a wearable to provide real-time monitoring and detection of atrial fibrillation, for example, and that “keeps ... The company also has a majority stake in healthcare

  • New philosophies driving transformative healthcare New philosophies driving transformative healthcare

    IBM Watson also has a similar goal. Apple, meanwhile, is using the ubiquity of its devices with 'wearable tracking' functionality to help healthcare companies harness clinical data from live users - an

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  • Staying ahead in the era of precision medicine Staying ahead in the era of precision medicine

    Technology is also moving and being applied at pace: wearable devices such as smart watches, computerised pill bottles and other tools are being evaluated as potentially robust sources of patient-reported

  • Detecting Alzheimer’s ahead of a cure Detecting Alzheimer’s ahead of a cure

    The 12-week study evaluated 113 participants aged between 60-75 in real-world settings and analysed their use of the digital devices. ... By using data collected from wearable devices, researchers found that identifying when people begin to experience

  • A quest for innovative solutions A quest for innovative solutions

    new ways of monitoring major depressive order, epilepsy and multiple sclerosis using wearable devices and smartphone technology.

  • Tools for the digital world Tools for the digital world

    From wearables to ingestibles. In June, Sanofi announced a tie-up with biopharma services organisation Parexel International Corporation to see how wearable devices could be used to help the collection of ... The companies are looking in particular at

  • AI’s potential in the pharma life cycle AI’s potential in the pharma life cycle

    Wearable devices relaying data feeds from patients could mean the slightest effects would get picked up - and early trends noted, without the potential for human bias or misinterpretation - earlier than previously

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  • Improving patient retention with the use of patient portals Improving patient retention with the use of patient portals

    3.Results ‘outside of the office’. More and more clinical studies are increasing the use of digital health – from wearable devices to mobile apps. ... The beauty of a patient portal is that it can be easily connected with such devices.

  • Behavioural Science in Healthcare Behavioural Science in Healthcare

    Our appetite for wearable devices in the pursuit of recording every moment are expected to signal a 26% increase in sales of wearables this year, with growth forecast to double by ... 20221. We are continually searching for an objective view of our lives

  • Can wearables really transform healthcare? Can wearables really transform healthcare?

    Do my heart rate and pace correspond to the elevation?   Our wearable devices offer us insight into our health and behaviours more than ever before. ... Who knows, one day we may only rely on our doctors to analyse the information from our devices.

  • Apple Watch Series 4: A life-saving tool or just making us more health obsessed? Apple Watch Series 4: A life-saving tool or just making us more health obsessed?

    It’s no surprise that major tech brands, such as Apple, fitbit and Amazon, cottoned on to this idea and developed an array of wearable health tech devices that enable us ... With this in mind, are wearable devices, such as Apple’s new watch, really

  • Medopad: the up and coming unicorn transforming remote patient monitoring

    and connected devices to deliver more individualised care for patients. ... As the technology can be linked to a growing number of wearable devices, the app can retain and monitor data on the patients’ own biology, from blood to glucose tests.

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