Author Archives: Guest Blogger

The Shrinking CMO Industry

By Jim Miller. Exits from the CMO industry are a more recent development that seems to be picking up momentum. Examples of CMOs leaving the industry in the past year include the contract manufacturing units of Bayer and Boehringer-Ingelheim; Pharmalucence; and SCM Pharma. There have been two principal drivers of these developments: growing demand for […]
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Preparing for Reentry: A Physician’s Story

By Daniel Laury, M.D. You would expect that, given a physician shortage, my goal of getting back into obstetrics would be supported and even welcomed.  The Association of American Medical Colleges expects that the US will have over 91,000 too few physicians by 2020.  I graduated medical school in 1988, completed an OBG residency in […]
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Showing Patients the Bigger Mobile Health Picture

To understand just how far mobile and digital technology can truly influence progress in global healthcare, we first need to form the foundation of the discussion with a few rudimentary facts. Clinical research (“a branch of medical science in human beings”) is critical to healthcare. All patients are human beings. All stakeholders are current or […]
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Market Access in Ukraine

by Lana Sinichkina  and Leonid Cherniavskyi. On September 16, 2014, the Ukrainian and European parliaments ratified the EU–Ukraine Association Agreement (AA), providing for harmonization of many spheres of Ukrainian legislation with EU policy. In line with the signed AA, the government has adopted a detailed implementation plan, which endorses for preparation and approval by the […]
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NIH Invests in Biomedical Big Data

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced yesterday that it is issuing nearly $32 million in grants for the development of strategies to analyze and leverage biomedical data sets.  The grants are part of NIH’s Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) initiative, launched in December 2013. BD2K is funded from all 27 NIH institutes and centers, as […]
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