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From Amazon to Netflix – analytics enabled content lessons for the pharma industry


From Amazon to Netflix – analytics enabled content lessons for the pharma industry

Article by Manish Gupta, co-founder and CEO, Indegene, a leading global healthcare solutions company As lifesciences companies seek to “Amazonize” their physician and patient engagement and progress on their journey to deliver customized omni-channel experience to their customers, they often fail to recognize that the personalization journey necessitates the confluence of content development, intelligent campaign operations […]

February 13, 2018 More Clinical »
How Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) is Changing Clinical Research


How Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) is Changing Clinical Research

In this episode, Willie Muelhausen and Will Maier talk about Bring-Your-Own-Device (or BYOD) for use in clinical research. We’ll discuss its benefits, barriers to use and whether equivalence studies have provided the results needed to move forward with BYOD.

February 12, 2018 More Clinical »
Managing the Unmanageable: Meeting the Challenge of Appropriate Safety Report Distribution


Managing the Unmanageable: Meeting the Challenge of Appropriate Safety Report Distribution

As clinical trials become more complex and increasingly global, the problem of over-distributing expedited safety reports to investigative sites has reached the point that demands a solution. The excessive volume of safety reports can cause investigators to miss important reports lost in the noise of non-significant event reports, and sometimes cause them to reconsider participating […]

January 1, 2018 More Clinical »
How to Challenge the Status Quo in Highly Competitive Markets


How to Challenge the Status Quo in Highly Competitive Markets

Are the entrenched habits of physicians limiting your product’s growth? Grow your brand appropriately by Challenging the Status Quo. Quantum’s “Challenge the Status Quo” approach shows salespeople and their managers how to change physicians’ thinking and treatment habits in 4 steps:       Supplying the energy to change. No one changes without motivation or energy. We show […]

April 11, 2018 More Clinical »
Just-In-Time Enrollment for Oncology Trials: Get to First Patient In Faster & Mitigate Non-Enrolling Sites


Just-In-Time Enrollment for Oncology Trials: Get to First Patient In Faster & Mitigate Non-Enrolling Sites

Despite scientific advances, oncology clinical trials are still challenged by delayed trial timelines, slow site activation and poor patient enrollment. To overcome these barriers, we need to redefine the enrollment paradigm. A new trial methodology has been developed that addresses these challenges and provides sponsors with the enrollment and budget solution needed to more effectively […]

February 20, 2018 More Clinical »
2018 Healthcare Predictions


2018 Healthcare Predictions

Every year, InCrowd surveys physicians across a wide range of specialties to better understand their perspective on healthcare policies and trends, and learn what they think will happen in the year ahead. Join us as we take a look at physician predictions and insights for 2018, and how they compare to years past. In the […]

January 25, 2018 More Clinical »
Collaboration: why aren’t we making progress toward a healthier world?


Collaboration: why aren’t we making progress toward a healthier world?

by Adele Gulfo Biopharmaceutical Executive PharmaVOICE 100 Honoree — 2007 and 2016 As I was on the NYC Subway headed toward the PharmaVOICE 100 Celebration last September to participate on a panel tasked with the following question: “Collaboration: why aren’t we making progress toward a healthier world,” I saw this ad about the health consequences […]

January 18, 2018 More Clinical »
The Clinical Trial Innovation Report


The Clinical Trial Innovation Report

It’s an exciting, yet challenging time for clinical research. Technology innovations open up a world of data for researchers and the ability to collect it faster. It’s all good news—better accuracy, more data-driven decisions and improved treatment for patients. But there’s also a big challenge: how to minimize risk and at the same time efficiently […]

February 6, 2018 More Clinical »
HBAdvantage – A New Era


HBAdvantage – A New Era

A New Era. The HBA’s new brand was unveiled to a sellout crowd at its annual conference in November. With the splendor of a new style, color, flair and messaging, HBA is clearly positioned as a formidable united force for change in the healthcare industry. The new brand is a catalyst designed to accelerate HBA’s […]

January 2, 2018 More Clinical »
3 Things Health Care & Life science firms can learn from Amazon


3 Things Health Care & Life science firms can learn from Amazon

Article by Gaurav Kapoor, co founder and EVP, Indegene, a global healthcare solutions company In the recent months, there has been a lot of speculation about Amazon’s entry into the pharmaceutical sector. Given Amazon’s track record of disrupting and displacing established players in every sector they compete, it is not surprising that incumbents in the […]

January 8, 2018 More Clinical »
The California Co-Pay Conundrum


The California Co-Pay Conundrum

TrialCard Addresses AB 265 On October 9, 2017, California Governor Jerry Brown signed AB 265 into law. This landmark piece of legislation modified the California Health and Safety Code to prohibit the “offering” of any discount, product voucher, or other out-of-pocket cost reduction tool by drug manufacturers when there is an FDA-approved therapeutic equivalent. As […]

January 2, 2018 More Clinical »
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