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What is predictive analytics in healthcare?

<i>From predicting medical issues before they start to providing better treatment programs for patients, predictive analytics are poised to</i> …

Digital health hires: Apple, WellDoc and AbilTo

<b>Apple</b> has hired Dr. <b>Stephen Friend</b>, the president and co-founder of Sage Bionetworks, to work on health-related projects. <b>Sage promoted</b> <b>Lara Mangravite</b> …

The Internet of Medical Things, Part 1: A New Concept in Healthcare | Health

Manufacturers are eager to lay the bricks and help pave the road to better, more personalized healthcare through integration of connected devices in …

How Lead Product Dependency Shapes Corporate Strategy In Pharma

A number of recent high-profile events in the pharmaceutical industry have showcased the significance of lead product dependency – that is, the proportion of revenues a company derives from its largest selling drug – on corporate strategy. Indeed, lead product dependency has played an integral role …

How to identify which cancer drugs work best for each patient | Kurzweil

MIT chemical engineers have designed an implantable device that can deliver many drugs at once, allowing researchers to determine which drugs are the …

Pharmacy Startup PillPack Could Change The Way America Takes Its Medicine

<b>A tiny New Hampshire startup is revolutionizing the way millions of patients take their daily medicines–and threatening the business model of titans like CVS and Walgreens in the process.</b><p>Allen Pittinger-Dunham, 51, has been taking HIV medicines since 2003. A few years in, his viral counts started …

10 trends transforming healthcare in 2015

Hindsight is always 20/20.<p>Five years ago this January, the economy entered into a postrecession planning exercise: How to innovate in the face of …