This free-to-attend event features tangible takeaways and tailored sessions to maximize e-prescribing and EHR technology engagement for optimal communication. Plus, benefit from Q&As with the speakers following the session.
For more than 50 years, randomized controlled trials (RCTs) have been used by the biopharmaceutical industry and regulators to evaluate the efficacy and safety of new medications as well as medical products that are being repurposed for new uses. But regulators and biopharmaceutical companies are being pushed to modernize their approaches to expedite drug development, which has resulted in increased attention to potential contributions of real world evidence (RWE).
ObvioHealth Raises $31 Million, Adds Two Strategic Partners to Bolster Capabilities and Drive Growth Globally NEW YORK, July 1, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — ObvioHealth, a global Virtual Research Organization (VRO), announces it has raised $31 million in its latest round of financing. The round was led by two new partners: Dedalus Group, an international healthcare IT and […]
According to a study published in the journal Science Advances, an international team of researchers led by neuroscientists at Harvard Medical School uncovered which olfactory cell types are most vulnerable to infection by SARS-CoV-2, which causes Covid-19.
Greater Than One’s Christa Toole analyzes how healthcare marketers are adjusting to the current health crisis in a variety of ways.
Industry contributors shared with Med Ad News topics that will have a major impact on pharma marketing during 2020.
U.S. Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren along with fellow Senators Richard Blumenthal and Bill Cassidy wrote a letter to Alphabet’s Google to raise questions about the company’s access to the health records of tens of millions of Americans.
EVERSANA and OptimizeRx Corp. announced their partnership to modernize the patient experience and improve health outcomes by combining a real-time electronic health records (EHR) network with customized, wraparound patient support services.
After the U.S. Food and Drug Administration took a hard line on the use of real-world evidence in clinical trials, industry leaders are beginning to back the idea, but with some minor changes.
Hospitals that switch from paper to electronic health records may eventually see lower death rates than they had before, but a U.S. study also suggests that fatalities may first increase as the transition gets underway.