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Pfizer takes aim at UK’s health tech industry

Pfizer takes aim at UK’s health tech industry

With this move, Pfizer has recognised that technology, including devices, apps, wearables, artificial intelligence and virtual reality, plays an increasing role in delivering and improving healthcare and the company aims to

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  • Six degrees of participation Six degrees of participation

    Whether it’s through social listening, online forums or wearable technologies, we now have access to data sets that reveal patient satisfaction levels not just locally but right down to the

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

    Today, researchers can also pull in laboratory results and data from apps, wearables and other technologies to generate a more detailed picture of how patients are using and responding to therapies.

  • Digital health Digital health

    Investments in digital solutions and services skyrocketed during 2017, across the spectrum of telemedicine, wearable technology, mobile applications and remote monitoring sensors, with offerings designed to help healthcare professionals and patients

  • 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. ... It has also partnered with US firm Great Lakes NeuroTech to develop wearables and other tech tools to measure and monitor

  • Pfizer and IBM's tech-enabled 'Parkinson’s house' Pfizer and IBM's tech-enabled 'Parkinson’s house'

    One of the attractive things about wearables is that you can get more data over multiple days - the good and the bad days - and get more of a collective picture with

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  • Getting personal with wearable tech

    The vital signs are good. Wearables are being put to use wherever we look, including in the NHS, which has endorsed wearable use in its own trials. ... Evidence to date suggests that wearable technology is plugging a gap in our knowledge.

  • Blog: Wearables – The Technologist’s view

    Blog: Wearables – The Technologist’ s view. Patient insight is key to a successful solution. ... The wearable technology market has come of age, with the emergence of wearables into the consumer mainstream.

  • Connected Health

    Connected Health. In recent decades, emerging technologies have repeatedly forced smart companies to answer the question: what’ s new here and what’ s our strategy now? It happened in the mid-90s as the Internet took off, in the mid-2000s as

  • Blog: Digital therapeutics: within our reach?

    Another area is improving wellness. We are witnessing an explosion in the uptake of health and activity monitors, and a staggering 310.4 million wearable devices are expected to be sold ... An exciting area of digital therapeutics is the use

  • We want to become more active, so why are we still failing?

    Wearable technology is rapidly becoming part of our social norm.Despite our willingness to purchase wearable activity trackers, evidence suggests they might not help us change our behaviour over the long ... Employees and clients used wearable activity

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