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Monday 12th November 2018

High-Profile Startup Seeking To Connect Patients With Clinical Trials Shuts Down

STAT | Driver, an ambitious startup marketing an app to match cancer patients with clinical trials, has shut down after running out of money just weeks following its high-profile launch.    

Thursday 8th November 2018

Blockchain And Healthcare Convene In Nashville For Distributed: Health

Clinical Informatics News | Leaders in the healthcare and blockchain spaces came together for the third annual Distributed: Health conference in Nashville, Tennessee. Investors, healthcare providers, and researchers in on a key question: Where are we in the integration of blockchain and distributed ledger technology into the healthcare space?  

Why Doctors Hate Their Computers

The New Yorker |  Atul Gawande on the promise of digitization to make medical care easier and more efficient, and whether screens may be coming between doctors and patients.

Wednesday 7th November 2018

It’s About Time That Medicare Advantage Stops Being A Disadvantage For Clinical Research Participants

Clinical Informatics News | It’s About Time | Norman Goldfarb discusses the problems and confusions surrounding Medicare Advantage plans and clinical trials with Kelly Willenberg, Manager of Kelly Willenberg & Associates.    

Friday 2nd November 2018

The VA Shadow Rulers' Signature Program Is "Trending Towards Red"

ProPublica |  A $10 billion technology upgrade championed by Jared Kushner and the Mar-a-Lago trio is at risk of failing the VA's 7 million patients.    

New Head For Renamed Icahn Institute At Mount Sinai

Clinical Informatics News | Mount Sinai has named a new head for its Icahn Institute, and renamed the effort the Icahn Institute for Data Science and Genomic Technology. Adam Margolin will lead the new enterprise-wide program, whose 10-year plan includes 55 new faculty and staff, new computational infrastructure, and an educational program to train master’s students and PhDs in biomedical d...

Wednesday 31st October 2018

BioIVT, Veeva Systems, PAREXEL, And More: News From October 2018

Clinical Informatics News | October was full of exciting news in the clinical trial and healthcare community, including partnerships, products, and promotions from BioIVT, Veeva Systems, PAREXEL, and more.  

Millions Excluded By Language Barrier From Clinical Trials |  In the U.S., Alzheimer's clinical trials are largely limited to fluent English speakers, which leaves millions of patients without the opportunity to participate and scientists without diverse data.

Friday 26th October 2018

Drug Pooling – A Strategy To Significantly Reduce Overages

Clinical Informatics News Contributed Commentary | Our industry has a 200% drug supply overage problem in clinical trials. Drug pooling can help.    

Thursday 25th October 2018

What To Know Before Pairing Drugs With A Checkpoint Inhibitor

Clinical Informatics News Contributed Commentary | Pairing your drug with a checkpoint inhibitor? Ask these five questions first.    

Tuesday 23rd October 2018

The Continual Challenge Of Technology For Sites

Clinical Informatics News | To understand what’s involved in becoming proficient in an expanding cadre of tools, and how they impact the quality and conduct of clinical trials, the Association of Clinical Research Professionals is diving head first into the subject.  

Wednesday 17th October 2018

Clinical Informatics News Announces European Innovation Award Winner

Clinical Informatics News | The winner of the inaugural Clinical Informatics News European Innovation Award was announced on Wednesday at the Summit for Clinical Ops Executives (SCOPE)-Europe in Barcelona, Spain.    

Tuesday 16th October 2018

Four Key Takeaways From Veeva R&D Summit On Streamlining Drug Development

Clinical Informatics News Contributed Commentary | In September, Veeva Systems hosted the 2018 Veeva R&D Summit. Innovators discussed streamlining regulatory information management processes on a global scale, shared enterprise-wide journeys of modernizing quality management, and more.    

Thursday 11th October 2018

Predicting Health Changes With AI And Intel

Clinical Informatics News | After successfully deploying in Chile, AccuHealth is bringing its AI-empowered healthcare model—with Intel processors—to Columbia and New Jersey.    

Wednesday 10th October 2018

Better Access Could Reduce Urban/Rural Cancer Survival Gap

Clinical Informatics News | If cancer care were equal for patients residing in rural and urban areas, would we see equal outcomes? It’s a thought-provoking question and one that new research tackles head-on.    

Thursday 4th October 2018

Driver Launches Technology Platform, Connects Cancer Patients To Treatments Globally

Clinical Informatics News | A recently launched global technology platform developed by Driver hopes to connect cancer patients to the best treatments.    

Tuesday 2nd October 2018

It’s About Time For Patients To Own Their Own Data

Clinical Informatics News | It’s About Time | Given the new privacy laws in Europe and California, it’s about time patients own their own data, says Synchrogenix’s Vice President of Regulatory Strategy and Policy.    

Friday 28th September 2018

Aetna Clears Path To CVS Merger With Sale Of Assets To WellCare

Bloomberg |  Aetna said it plans to sell its Medicare prescription-drug business to WellCare Health Plans Inc., a key step toward completing its $67.5 billion merger with CVS Health Corp.  

Diversity: A Critical Ingredient For Better Clinical Trials

Clinical Informatics News Contributed Commentary | Clinical research hinges on the principle of the representative sample. Unfortunately, the industry has long struggled with underrepresentation of important demographic groups.    

Wednesday 26th September 2018

TrialScope, Golden Helix, The National Institutes Of Health, And More: News From September 2018

Clinical Informatics News | September was full of exciting news in the clinical trial and healthcare community, including partnerships, products, and promotions from TrialScope, Golden Helix, The National Institutes of Health, and more.  

Wednesday 19th September 2018

Blockchain In Clinical Trials: A New Era For Our Data

Clinical Informatics News Contributed Commentary | The healthcare industry has been home to some of the most remarkable innovations in modern history, yet is behind most other industries in implementing new technology. In this context, it’s surprising to see blockchain catch the attention of organizations and professionals in the healthcare space.  

Tuesday 18th September 2018

New England Journal Of Medicine Article Weighs The Risks Of DTC Genetic Testing

Clinical Informatics News | Recent events have many experts voicing their concerns about the potential misuse of direct-to-consumer genetic testing.    

Monday 17th September 2018

PAREXEL, Datavant Partner To Deliver Advanced Data, RWE Analytics To Enhance Drug Development

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.

Wednesday 12th September 2018

New Apple Watch To Include ECG-Capabilities

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.    

Tuesday 11th September 2018

The Role Of Blockchain In Healthcare

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.    

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