Xavier University/PwC Pharmaceutical Quality Metrics White Paper

| July 20, 2016

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The Food and Drug Administration Safety and Innovation Act (FDASIA)1 of 2012 gave FDA authority to request data and information from the industry in advance of or in lieu of an inspection to identify potential risk for drug supply disruption, improve the efficiency and effectiveness of establishment inspections, and improve FDA’s evaluation of drug manufacturing and control operations.

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How COVID-19 is Impacting the Healthcare Industry and its Workers

Article | December 8, 2020

The one clear consensus that has emerged from this doubt and anxiety-filled time is that our society will be forever changed by COVID-19. In the recent days, we have seen a general movement toward telecommuting and digital solutions to accommodate the drastic changes caused by this global pandemic. The healthcare industry, which is arguably impacted the most, is no exception to this trend. But while the movement to digital healthcare started well before the outbreak, it has been a slow journey, fraught with many regulations that have slowed its market penetration. With the current system so overwhelmed, a transition from the face-to-face model of care to a digital model has become vitally necessary, forcing it to happen sooner rather than later. Places that have already embraced the digitalization of healthcare practices have demonstrated the benefits of updating the old-fashioned model. A digital approach to healthcare can have unlimited applications, from telemedicine to a digital system for tracking available hospital beds. All of these applications not only save time but also potentially peoples’ lives by eliminating unnecessary contact between infected and healthy patients as well as their caregivers.

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Healthcare Data Infrastructure Security Cannot Be Ignored During A Pandemic

Article | April 2, 2020

The rapid advancement of technology has inspired hope in the healthcare industry, promising to employ artificial intelligence (AI) and cloud-based data platforms in life-altering ways. Surgery assisting robots and miraculously accurate AI-based cancer diagnosis methods are a few preliminary examples of what the industry can expect. With all these great technological strides being taken, however, compliance can easily be left in the dust. And with COVID-19 pushing the limits of healthcare systems worldwide, it’s too easy for cybersecurity to become a lesser priority.The situation is bleak, with nearly 17,000 patient records being breached every day, according to Entech. Healthcare democratization is essential to fully harnessing the power of AI and other tech advancements on the horizon, which require compliant data distribution and the application of insights gathered from it. Healthcare institutions are struggling to not only meet basic privacy and compliance laws but have difficulty leveraging the large amounts of data that they store in a meaningful way.

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Digital Health Democratizes Precision Medicine to Improve Population Health

Article | February 10, 2020

By definition, precision medicine treats the individual while public health focuses on population-level interventions. While public health and precision medicine efforts overlap, some experts argue that precision medicine advancements fall short of public health goals due to their underemphasis on scalability and accessibility. Digital health can help reconcile this conflict by promoting precision medicine’s goal of delivering the right treatment to the right patient at the right time while improving health equity through scalable, accessible solutions.

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4 Ways Virtual Reality Is Impacting Healthcare

Article | February 26, 2020

Virtual Reality (VR) has already made big waves in industries from entertainment to fashion and media, but how about an industry that directly affects everyone’s well being and quality of life? While we are only beginning to grasp the full potential of VR for healthcare, the potential applications and supporting data is growing every day. Here are some of the exciting areas of innovation:

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Medleymed seeks to reimagine healthcare for the new age - with the patient at the centre. Our vision is to harness the power of technology to orchestrate the complex healthcare value chain for the benefit of patients. As an innovative start-up, promoted by a leading IT Company and led by a young team of thinkers and doers, we operate at the cutting edge of technology and health.

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