Healthcare organisations are just beginning to unlock the potential of AI in health care.
The success of any business is in large part dependent on the success of the customer.
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Oracle's Clinical One Platform will enable pharmaceutical companies to manage every trial function — from randomising patient participants and collecting and analysing data to tracking budgets and ensuring trial safety — from a single user interface.
Dr Laborde explains how data is being used not only for research, but to create efficiencies, reduced costs and improved patient outcomes in health care.
Risk management should be approached from a customer-centric perspective, rather than through the narrow lens of litigation prevention, particularly in the health industry where the consequences of error can be deadly.
A relative handful of patient success stories show the promise of genomic medicine in treating previously confounding health disorders, but the big challenge now is to expand that patient universe from hundreds of people to hundreds of millions.
What does the eyesight of a homeless person have in common with complications from dental anaesthesia? Or with reducing side-effects from cancer? Or monitoring artificial hip implants?
Every day, healthcare moves forward. Yet even the most advanced healthcare networks can be more integrated.
Blockchain has the potential to transform the way the healthcare sector operates.
Australia's aged-care workforce needs to meet the challenges of increased demand, consumer choice, a rapidly changing marketplace and the integration of new technologies.