Category Archives: Technology

Getting Value from Big Data

By Julie Miller. Health IT is going through an era of both expansion and convergence, in which the universe of available information is growing exponentially, while at the same time, we’re trying to smash all the resulting data together into dense little packages. It’s kind of like the big-bang theory meets big data. Regardless of […]
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Are Drug Ads in Print Journals Still Effective?

If the American public could shed girth as quickly as many medical journals have in recent years, we’d all be a lot healthier. Collectively, medical journals dropped over 4,200 pages in 2013, as reported by MM&M last month, a direct result of fewer ad buys in the category. Professional marketers have steadily shifted resources into […]
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After Delays, Project DataSphere Rolls Out

An industry and academic data-sharing project went live on Tuesday, nearly a year after the platform was expected to launch. Visitors to the site – no credentials needed – can register and access de-identified clinical data from the comparator arms of nine oncology trials, with more to come. Project DataSphere, the newest data transparency and […]
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Clinical Trials in the Digital Age

In 1995, there were 16 million internet users — or 0.4% of the world’s population. In just 17 years, this figure has grown to 2.4 billion and 34.3% adoption. At the current rate, each year, the penetration percentage sees a 2–4% growth. Many services, such as banking, have moved towards online service models, shutting down branch […]
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Closed-Loop Marketing: What Comes Next?

By Morten Hjemlsoe. One of the questions I’m increasingly being asked at conferences is, “What’s next after CLM?” That’s actually rather nice to hear. To me, the question is like those delightful birds, the swallows, whose appearance announces that spring is on its way: it signifies that we’re ready for things to change.
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