Revolutionizing Clinical Trials with a Modern, Connected Enrollment Experience

Improving population health and delivering personalized medicine all starts with research. But recruiting patients is an age-old problem: only 3 percent of cancer patients enroll in clinical trials, and more than half of clinical trials fail due to under-enrollment. The Athena Breast Health Network, a University of California-wide collaboration based at UCSF, strives to change that paradigm. Pursuing a prospective trial with the ambitious goal of enrolling 100,000 women, the WISDOM Study has the potential to change the way breast cancer is diagnosed and treated by comparing annual breast cancer screening with personalized risk-based screening.
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Blood Pressure Training

Pharmacycomplete

Health Education England, in collaboration with NHS England and Public Health England, are funding training for pharmacists and their teams on blood pressure risk awareness and measurement technique to support effective health promotion campaigns and interventions.
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Real-Time Measurements for Microbial Health of your Pharmaceutical Water System

TOC,Conductivity, and Microbial detection are all required measurements in regulated pharmaceutical waters. Today, all of these parameters can be continuously measured directly from these waters.
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The Changing Landscape of Telemedicine

Join the Omega Education Team as we review the evolving changes of Telehealth during the COVID-19 Pandemic as compared to today. We will provide an overview of Telemedicine guidelines.
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How Cybersecurity Leaders Avoid Data Breaches in Healthcare

HIMSS Media

With new software vulnerabilities being discovered every day, it’s not a matter of if, but a question of when hackers will use these vulnerabilities to infiltrate a healthcare organization. A survey commissioned by ServiceNow with the Ponemon Institute revealed 50% of respondents experienced one or more data breaches in the last two years. The majority of cybersecurity experts are struggling to keep pace. Faced with hacker onslaught, healthcare organizations need new approaches to keep patient data, assets and their information safe.
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