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Décryptage des tendances actuelles et futures des sciences de la vie
IoT technology is currently transforming many areas such as smart cities and manufacturing 4.0 through simplified data collection and analysis, thus leading to smarter decisions and improved anticipations. As this technology can be applied to healthcare to better anticipate and cure patients, pharmaceutical companies consider this opportunity as a shift from their traditional business model to go "Beyond the pill"..
The need for cost-effective innovative eHealth solutions utilising AI technology is greater than ever and is set to continue to increase as more people require care and support and as health systems look to shift care out of the in-patient hospital setting and into the out-patient and primary care setting.
The "Market Access" function is entering a new phase of maturity within pharmaceutical companies. Professionals are taking a step back and reflecting on good practices in this area, while defining the best approach to innovation.
The challenges associated with clinical trials (patient engagement, transparency, multiple-stakeholder frameworks) represent a unique opportunity for the blockchain technology to unveil its full potential as a tamper-proof, decentralized and time-stamped repository for enhanced clinical trial data management.