Track topics on Twitter Track topics that are important to you
Here are the most relevant search results for "eCliniqua" found in our extensive news archives from over 250 global news sources.
In addition to our news stories we have dozens of PubMed Articles about eCliniqua for you to read. Along with our medical data and news we also list eCliniqua Clinical Trials, which are updated daily. BioPortfolio also has a large database of eCliniqua Companies for you to search.
Clinical Informatics News | Recent events have many experts voicing their concerns about the potential misuse of direct-to-consumer genetic testing.
Clinical Informatics News Brief | PAREXEL and Datavant today announced they are partnering to enhance clinical study design and operations, as well as the generation of real-world evidence.
Clinical Informatics News Brief | Today Apple introduced the Apple Watch Series 4, which the company announced has received approval from the US Food and Drug Administration to include electrocardiogram functionality, making it the first over-the-counter device to offer the capability.
Clinical Informatics News | Affordable healthcare requires a better way for providers, patients, and payers to exchange information, and, according to a presentation at the recent Health:Further festival in Nashville, Tennessee, blockchain could be the means.
Clinical Informatics News | Cambridge Healthtech Institute is welcoming entries for the SCOPE’s 2019 Participant Engagement Award, an annual award that recognize innovation, and change in how the industry communicates with participants in the fields of recruitment and retention in clinical trials.
Clinical Informatics News | Transparency has been an issue in database research and real world evidence, and REPEAT initiative is committed to improving the transparency, reproducibility and validity of longitudinal healthcare database research.
Washington Post | Civica Rx, a not-for-profit generic drug company, is a response to shortages and price spikes. The goal is to force change in the marketplace overall.
Clinical Informatics News | From point-of-care decision support tools to targeted tumor sequencing tests, artificial intelligence is causing some shakeups within the guarded healthcare industry.
STAT | The first clinical trial of CRISPR-Cas9, co-sponsored by Vertex Pharmaceuticals, will test the genome-editing technique in patients with the blood disorder beta thalassemia.
Clinical Informatics News Brief | CancerLinQ announced that Integra Connect’s EHR Solution for Oncology has been recognized as the first CancerLinQ Certified Electronic Health Record (EHR) System.
Clinical Informatics News | The first day of the Health:Further festival featured prominent figures in healthcare as they focused on listening to the patient and their story, sometimes in creative ways.
Clinical Informatics News | August was full of exciting news in the clinical trial and healthcare community, including partnerships, products, and promotions from ERT, Certara, Evidation, and more.
STAT | A watchdog group is calling on the NIH to stop a clinical trial of sepsis treatments, arguing that it is flawed and puts patients at risk of serious harm.
Clinical Informatics News | An average of 7,500 young cancer patients are treated at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tenn. each year. Clinical Informatics News sat down with the associate director of the hospital’s Clinical Research Cancer Center to learn more about how St. Jude runs its clinical research program.
Clinical Informatics News Contributed Commentary | From who’s got it, to how is it being used, and who is sharing it without our permission, our personal data appears to be becoming less personal by the day. This has significant implications when it comes to personal patient, health, and fitness data, where the impact could be particularly worrisome.
Clinical Informatics News | It’s About Time | Clinical research sites must recognize that certain electronic systems used in clinical investigations are subject to FDA Part 11 and require validation to ensure accuracy, reliability, consistent intended performance, and the ability to discern invalid or altered records.
The New York Times | Comparative effectiveness research may be the best way to answer questions that patients and physicians face every day.
Clinical Informatics News | TransCelerate and its subsidiary BioCelerate have announced a new technology platform, DataCelerate, which will allow multiple de-identified research and development data types to be submitted, uploaded, converted, harmonized, and downloaded through an access controlled, secured environment.
Clinical Informatics News Brief Tufts Medical Center has announced a national clinical trial--“Precision Medicine in the Diagnosis of Genetic Disorders in Neonates”--to study the integration of targeted genomic sequencing into neonatal diagnosis and care. The five-year, $8 million grant is from the National Center For Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) of the National Institutes o...
Clinical Informatics News | An aggressive effort to increase recruitment and participation in Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) clinical trials is underway to attract more volunteers, complete more trials, keep pace with current research demands, and ultimately find promising new therapies.
National Institutes of Health (NIH) | Important scientific questions remain unanswered in the effort to develop a safe and effective Ebola vaccine.
The Boston Globe | Half of people with Alzheimer's haven't been diagnosed, and half those with a diagnosis don't know. This landmark law aims to change that.
Clinical Informatics News | In May, the National Institutes of Health launched national open enrollment for their All of Us Research Program. Now, the precision medicine is looking to make a difference in their approach to outreach.
Clinical Informatics News | July was full of exciting news in the clinical trial and healthcare community, including partnerships, products, and promotions from Veeva Systems, the Pistoia Alliance, CRF Health, and more.
Clinical Informatics News Contributed Commentary | Since clinical trials are the backbone of therapeutic development, as well as the source of new hope for patients facing devastating diseases and the HCPs who treat them, shouldn’t it be easy—in theory—to find willing and appropriate patient participants? As evidenced by the statistics – and experience – the answer is no.