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By Jon Chorley, CSO and GVP of SCM Strategy and PLM Development, Oracle [NYSE: ORCL]
In the decades leading up to Y2K, decisions about supply chain web applications were relatively straightforward. There were only a couple of vendors.
By Ilkka Salminen, Director, Life Sciences, Deloitte Consulting
The exponential growth of technologies such as the IoT, data storage, bandwidth and processing power will enable the healthcare industry to shift irrevocably towards a more digitised operating model.
By Dr. Joseph Frassica, CMIO/CTO, Patient Care and Monitoring Solutions, Philips Healthcare
CIOs at small, but rapidly growing life sciences and health care companies have a lot on their plates: they’re juggling multiple priorities and trying to outpace.
Every other day, scientists come up with a new technique to make the diagnosis of the disease more convenient. To what extent, this new technique will help scientists in accomplishing their mission?
By Don Lindsey, VP and CIO, Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare
As a young kid, I could not wait to get the annual Sears Christmas Catalog. Its arrival brought excitement and hope that Santa would make my wishes come true at Christmas.
By Geoff McCleary, VP, Group Director, Mobile Strategy
There is a new norm for us that most people haven’t really noticed. We sit at our desks, in meetings, or even at home – in front of giant projectors or TVs, with our laptops and tablets in front of us, while answering emails or commenting on our smartphones.
By Josh Stein, Co-Founder & CEO, AdhereTech
Smart medical devices must be incredibly easy for patients to use in order to facilitate mass adoption.
By Marc Evrard, Logistics Validation Manager, Vifor Pharma [SWX: VIFN]
In the jungle of new temperature-controlled passive packaging containers ranging from small parcels to full pallet shippers, alliances have been established between express forwarders and manufacturers.
Sutures and Staplers are no longer the best options to close wounds for their delayed healing and scar producing ability.
The pharmaceutical and healthcare sector uses active packaging to protect the medical products from oxygen and moisture.
By Grégory Maubon, Digital Coordinator CIO/CDO, HCS Pharma
There are many more uses of XR in healthcare domain, from communication to devices maintenance or for laboratory design like for my own company HCS Pharma. Even research can be improved by XR
By Angelo Dalporto, Deputy Vice President, Supply Chain, Dormakaba [SWX: DOKA]
There are different ways to do this, and if you are at a point in your organization where digitization is the next big thing, then pack your approach behind this topic