Improving Hospital Workflows with New IT Features

Information technology, IT, plays an important role in healthcare. The role of IT is even more important now that hospitals and medical institutions are trying to improve their services, become more efficient and remain competitive at the same time. There are new regulations being put in place to help speed up the implementation of good

At $800 Million, Costly New Drug Developments Demand Consistency

According to information provided in the Congressional Budget Office’s 2006 study, Research and Development in the Pharmaceutical Industry, it costs pharmaceutical companies an average of 12 years and $800 million dollars to create and bring to market a drug that is based on a new molecular entity (NME). In sharp contrast, drugs that are based on

Safeguarding NHS patient data: Re-evaluating information management in your practice

Accusations that the NHS had tried to cover up the loss of 500,000 pieces of patient data hit headlines earlier this year, subsequently triggering a massive investigation. Driven by fears that misplaced blood tests, screening results and other medical documents had put patients’ lives in danger, five separate inquiries were launched. The NHS Shared Business

Nurse Practitioners Are Improving Healthcare Services

The demand for better healthcare services has increased rapidly these past few years, which means hospitals and service providers are actively seeking more doctors, physicians and nursing professionals. Nurse practitioners are also being recruited by more health institutions to provide better healthcare to more patients. According to studies by Bradley University and the university’s online

Genomic Personalized Medicine

Diagnostics and prognoses are done based on set standards in Medicine. These standards include symptoms. Any two persons sharing similar symptoms can carry the same kinds of diseases or afflicted with the same disorders. But a question always looms when diagnostics (or prognoses) fail – the two persons share similar symptoms and have been given

How is Calibration Carried Out in Pharmaceutical Applications?

It goes without saying that calibration is extremely important in the manufacturing process to produce high-quality products. The importance of calibration in the pharmaceutical industry is equally high as low-quality products put the lives of consumers at risk. Instrument calibration and accuracy is very critical to product safety and quality. At the same time, one

How Internet of Things Will Enhance Pharmaceutical Operations

Internet of Things (IoT) is being recognized as the most sophisticated technology by experts and analysts in the most recent times. Akin to having your refrigerator converse with you through an array of sensors, software, and transmitters about running out of groceries or milk, using the IoT in the Pharmaceutical industry will have manufacturing units

Biomedical Intervention for Autism

The use of biomedical therapies for people with any autism-spectrum condition is a process that involves patience as well as investigation. The patience aspect is very critical because different types of therapies work at different rates, while the investigation part of the equation is finding out which therapy is more effective than an alternate one.

Natural Extracts Gaining Prominence Today in 21st Century

History repeats is a major phrase which is usually being repeated by many. But is it really true? Yes, obviously there are many instances when history has repeated and brought loss or gain depending on the stance one has taken. In this article, we shall discuss on the natural extracts. Natural Extracts were very renowned

Why Pharma Companies Should Move to Cloud Computing

Recently, a leading research report provider released a press release stating that internationally, North America dominates the cloud computing market in healthcare research and development. It is mainly because major pharmaceutical and bio-pharmaceutical giants are usually located in the United States. These drug manufacturers even actively take part in diverse research and development programs in