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This is an area that really excites me as the pharma/biotech industry has so much opportunity to innovate – across wearables/ devices, digital technology that can track, communicate and alert, new

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  • Bayer's drop of the future Bayer's drop of the future

    Even then, the portents were clear: educated patients with less deference to professionals, crude wearables like step counters and rising OTC sales of old technologies, like blood pressure cuffs, that were

  • Key emerging trends in digital health Key emerging trends in digital health

    An integral aspect of a virtual trial is its incorporation of patient-facing technologies, including smartphones, tablets and wearable technologies.

  • The year in review The year in review

    Late in the year, Google announced its purchase of FitBit which may provide a window into the company’s wearables strategy and its continued push to invest in trials.

  • Pharma’s race to digital Pharma’s race to digital

    Wearables are moving from the wellness segment to real-time patient monitoring.

  • Apple Watch shows promise in heart study, but doctors sceptical Apple Watch shows promise in heart study, but doctors sceptical

    The virtual design of this study also provides a strong foundation upon which future research can be conducted to explore the health implications of wearable technology.”. ... partnered with pharma giant Johnson and Johnson to assess the impact of

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  • Expanding clinical trial access: a global imperative requiring local focus Expanding clinical trial access: a global imperative requiring local focus

    DCT solutions, such as telehealth visits, connected/wearable devices, IQVIA’s Research Nursing and Phlebotomy Solutions services (providing at-home lab collection capabilities and trained nursing visits) and direct-to- patient

  • After the wildfire: how will healthcare recover from the pandemic? After the wildfire: how will healthcare recover from the pandemic?

    For digitally literate health consumers, that includes various e-health solutions – apps, wearables, telemedicine and so on – that have the potential to transform the way large parts of society think about

  • Empowering patients empowers results Empowering patients empowers results

    One area demonstrating great potential is wearable devices. Whether these are worn on the wrist, or as an adhesive patch on the body, AI- embedded capabilities allow devices to measure patients’ ... Because these technologies can deliver data straight

  • A cultural shift in clinical research A cultural shift in clinical research

    Wearable devices worn by patients during trials is one component of this new approach, allowing clinicians to track and analyse health information such as heart rate and pulse, temperature, blood oxygen

  • The promise of precision medicine The promise of precision medicine

    The All of Us programme in the United States, for instance, casts a wide net and seeks to combine DNA samples, electronic health record (EHR) data, information from wearables and survey

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