De-risk therapeutic antibody drug development using humanized fcrn mice

Jax

Do you need reliable pharmacokinetic data (PK) to evaluate human immunoglobulin or albumin-based therapeutic drug candidates? The humanized FcRn (Hu-FcRn) mouse model enables you to obtain clinically-relevant PK data related to drug half-life. This critically important PK data helps optimize the design of preclinical efficacy studies and to de-risk lead selection.
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This infographic has been prepared as a result of the initiative of the application of the methodology of mapping the Influence of Social Actors of different level (msim, for its acronym in English) which aims to generate and analyze the value of an index the perception of the influence of social actors related to public policy of climate change and agriculture in Honduras.

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5th Annual ComplianceOnline Medical Device Summit 2020

This Summit will feature speakers and executives from FDA/CDRH, Ex-FDA Officials and companies like Merck, BSI, Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research (NIBR), Orchard Therapeutics, Owl Cyber Defense and several other leading organizations. Why should attend his summit: Future Trends of Medical Device Regulation, Risk Manage
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Navigating value based care a physicians perspective

athenahealth

The value-based care model promises great gains for healthcare, from improved outcomes to reduced costs and greater physician satisfaction. But if you’re still playing by fee-for-service rules, you’ll stumble. How can providers succeed in this brave new world?
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Creating an Inpatient Clinic, the Future of Inpatient Medicine

HIMSS Media

Phoenix VA Health Care System has implemented the "computer on wheels" approach to take the office and workflow back to the bedside. By doing this, they completed rounds, charting, and discharges at the bedside and were able to predict when they would be at the bedside, creating "appointments" for nursing, ancillary services, and family to know when staff would be present.
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Health Care in the Age of Social Media

lorman

Learn how to better identify any liability and regulatory risks that may occur on social media. Social media seems to be part of every aspect of our lives, and health care is no exception. In the health care industry, professionals dealing with social media confront unique and critical compliance pitfalls like privacy, security, and HIPAA concerns. This topic will go over how to navigate key compliance issues, such as using social media for marketing, setting social media policies for employees, ownership of social media content, social media as part of the medical record, and how to identify risks and mitigate them by setting up appropriate social media policies. This information will give you the insights and tools you need to identify and minimize regulatory and liability risks linked to social media, and draft your own social media policy using a sample policy and put into place appropriate consequences for potential violations.
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This infographic has been prepared as a result of the initiative of the application of the methodology of mapping the Influence of Social Actors of different level (msim, for its acronym in English) which aims to generate and analyze the value of an index the perception of the influence of social actors related to public policy of climate change and agriculture in Honduras.

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