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Tuesday 22nd January 2019

3 Blockchain Apps Up For Adoption In 2019

Clinical Research News | A trio of blockchain-enabled applications that debuted at the recent Distributed: Health conference in Nashville, Tennessee, could start giving patients more control over their personal health data as early as next year.    

Monday 21st January 2019

Clinical Research News: New Title, Broader Focus

Clinical Research News | For more than 15 years, the team behind Clinical Informatics News has been covering technology and trends in the clinical research space. Now, we are announcing a new name and brand to better reflect that broad and passionate scope: Clinical Research News.  

Friday 18th January 2019

FDA Exploring New Approach To Software Oversight

Clinical Informatics News | A trio of new FDA documents released January 7 suggests the agency is trying to create a new oversight paradigm for Software as a Medical Device (SaMD) that is better aligned to the realities of software development without updating existing regulations or issuing new ones.  

Thursday 17th January 2019

Another Tool In The Toolbox: AI’s Application In Clinical Trials

Clinical Informatics News | The promise of AI’s impact on clinical trials has many experts both bewildered and skeptical. A panel at the AI World Conference & Expo looked past the hype and discussed practical application.    

Wednesday 16th January 2019

Safety And Multivigilance: From Cost Center To Cost Saver

Clinical Informatics News Contributed Commentary | Safety departments see themselves as invaluable protectors of patients’ health and well-being, while other departments often view these groups as necessary for compliance, but also cost centers that are expensive and slow down processes. So which view is correct?  

Tuesday 15th January 2019

The Tough Ones: Recruiting Patients For Complex Clinical Trials

Clinical Informatics News | Participant recruitment is challenging across clinical trials, but in some instances—complex medical conditions, demanding protocols, particular resource constraints—the problem is even tougher.    

Monday 14th January 2019

Blockchain Enthusiasts Finding Their Partners

Clinical Informatics News | A variety of new-to-market partnerships and platforms built around blockchain technology took center stage at the recent Distributed: Health conference in Nashville, Tennessee.    

Friday 11th January 2019

The Future Of Real World Data In Clinical Trials

Clinical Informatics News | Real-world evidence is unarguably rich, but it’s also noisy and can be difficult to parse. But those challenges are worth overcoming.    

Wednesday 9th January 2019

Drugmaker Eli Lilly To Start Publishing List Prices Of Drugs

TheHill | Drugmaker Eli Lilly on Tuesday began posting price information online for drugs it advertises on TV.    

Starting Line: How To Begin Getting Patient Input Into Clinical Trial Design

Clinical Informatics News | You know that having the patient perspective in clinical trials is important. You agree that involving patients is both good business and good science. You want to start including the patient voice early in the trial design process. But what is step one?

Tuesday 8th January 2019

Allscripts Partners With Microsoft To Develop IT For Clinical Research

Becker’s Hospital Review | Allscripts and Microsoft have joined forces to design a new clinical research model that leverages the EHR and other technologies clinicians use when providing treatment.  

Is Automation An Elixir For Bringing Speed And Efficiency To Clinical Trials Development Processes?

Clinical Informatics News Contributed Commentary | Automating 50% to 70% of tasks has resulted in annual run-rate cost efficiencies of 25% to 30%, process-time reductions of 50% to 60% and triple-digit returns on investment (ROI) across different industries. Could clinical trials see that sort of return on investment?

Is Automation An Elixir For Bringing Spend And Efficiency To Clinical Trials Development Processes?

Clinical Informatics News Contributed Commentary | Automating 50% to 70% of tasks has resulted in annual run-rate cost efficiencies of 25% to 30%, process-time reductions of 50% to 60% and triple-digit returns on investment (ROI) across different industries. Could clinical trials see that sort of return on investment?

Thursday 3rd January 2019

It’s About Time: 2018 In Review

Clinical Informatics News | This past year, Norman Goldfarb has shared candid conversations with sponsors, CROs, tool-providers, and regulatory oversight groups in the clinical-IT community and get their take on the pain points in clinical research and what changes are needed.  

Wednesday 2nd January 2019

Top 10 Stories Of 2018: Uber, Blockchain In Clinical Trials, And More

Clinical Informatics News | As we head into 2019, we at Clinical Informatics News would like to take a moment and reflect on the groundbreaking achievements from this past year. In that spirit, here are the top 10 stories of 2018.    

Friday 21st December 2018

This Type of Illiteracy Could Hurt You

The New York Times |  More than half of older Americans lack the skills to gather and understand medical information. Providers must simplify, researchers say.    

Wednesday 19th December 2018

The National Science Foundation, Cytel, Rho, And More: News From December 2018

Clinical Informatics News | December was full of exciting news in the clinical trial and healthcare community, including partnerships, products, and promotions from The National Science Foundation, Cytel, Rho, and more.  

Tuesday 18th December 2018

AI In The Clinic: Ensuring Buy-In, Getting Started, And What’s Next

Clinical Informatics News | A broad range of talks at the AI World Conference & Expo covered artificial intelligence applied to a host of industries and applications. While some speakers focused on autonomous AI—for instance, fully independent self-driving cars—in the clinical sessions the emphasis was on how AI can assist—not replace—humans.    

Friday 14th December 2018

Lilly, Evidation Health Expand Collaboration

Clinical Informatics News Brief Eli Lilly and Evidation Health have expanded their collaboration with a multi-year agreement to provide Lilly with global access to Evidation’s Andromeda data platform.  

Are We Ready For AI In Clinical Trials?

Clinical Informatics News | It seems that everyone wants to jump on the artificial intelligence bandwagon. But is an industry as carefully regulated as clinical trials ready for AI and machine learning? Is it possible to apply these algorithms without losing patients in the process?    

Tuesday 11th December 2018

Digital Information Sharing Is The Future Of Patient Care

Clinical Informatics News Contributed Commentary | Understanding our own health takes more effort than simply assessing how we feel; for people with a tricky problem, it requires us to find, digest, and understand the complexities around our own medical information. But first, we need access to that information. New and innovative approaches in patient engagement are working to make these act...

Wednesday 5th December 2018

Healthcare Organizations Form Synaptic Health Alliance, Explore Blockchain’s Impact On Data Quality

Clinical Informatics News | Quest Diagnostics, in partnership with Humana, MultiPlan, and UnitedHealth Group’s Optum and UnitedHealthcare, have launched a pilot program that applies blockchain technology to improve data quality and reduce administrative costs associated with changes to healthcare provider demographic data.  

Tuesday 4th December 2018

Innovation In Epidemiological Research: Real-World Evidence Generated Through Hybrid Studies

Clinical Informatics News Contributed Commentary | Study designs and real-world data sources are evolving to meet drug development needs. Whereas at one time, hybrid studies were difficult to do, they can now be performed efficiently, thanks to the availability of comprehensive, electronic medical records (EMR) databases.    

Thursday 29th November 2018

Certara Launches Trial Simulator 2.3, Improves Clinical Trial Success

Clinical Informatics News Brief | Certara has announced the launch of version 2.3 of its Trial Simulator software to help drug developers improve clinical trial design, resulting in greater likelihood of trial success.    

US Health And Human Services Looks To Blockchain To Manage Unstructured Data

Clinical Informatics News | The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is making waves in the blockchain space. The agency’s Division of Acquisition (DA) has developed a new system, called Accelerate, which gives acquisition teams detailed information on pricing, terms, and conditions across HHS in real-time.

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