The Ever-Evolving Connected Health Ecosystem

Connected health – long just an ideal – is slowly moving toward reality. It’s likely that in the next three to five years, we’ll see the industry working more closely together, enabled by data sharing, collection and monetization for the common purpose of driving better patient outcomes. Key to the healthcare industry’s transformation, however, is […]

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Connecting the Dots in Digital Healthcare

When I walked the show floor at HIMSS17, the largest healthcare IT conference in our nation, it was immediately apparent that “digital” is leading the transformation of healthcare. More than 1,300 vendors, with foundations rooted in technology, advertised their “connected health” or “digital health” solutions. You name it, and it was on view: analytics, artificial intelligence, cloud, augmented […]

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A New Role for Medical Device Field Service

My first experience in service and repair came in the early ‘90s, working with leading telecommunications companies in the U.S. and Europe.  With deregulation, cost pressures and new technologies, telcos needed to completely change how they planned, dispatched, delivered and managed field service work. It was a tough mandate: Maintain service quality while increasing the […]

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What Does ‘Being Digital’ Mean to Life Sciences?

No matter the industry, “being digital” goes well beyond developing a few mobile apps, launching a Web portal or moving a system or application to the cloud. It actually means changing the core DNA of your company operations to propel new business growth and operational models. Successful life sciences companies will seamlessly blend physical and digital components, delivering […]

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Smart Services and the Promise of Superior Care

How will smart services and the next wave of high-tech gadgets bring new safety nets to seniors and ill patients living on their own? What factors are necessary to support both professional practice and patient care to meet the challenges of advanced health care systems with anticipated outcomes? Both payers and providers are looking into transformational care models […]

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Life Sciences CIO Alters Role with Digital

It’s easy to see the impact of digital technologies on industries like travel, retail and banking. Less visible has been the impact on life sciences. Yet, as Gartner’s Stephen Davies notes, “Over the past several years the theme of digital business generated many inquiries with our life science clients.” As more life sciences companies choose to digitally […]

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