Life Sciences Team Blog

A site for partners, developers and architects in Life Sciences (pharmaceutical, medical device, biotechnology, and medical research centers).

Browse by Tags

Tagged Content List
  • Blog Post: Patient Centric Health & DSM-5

    In this blog we frequently discuss questions around Patient Centric health, connected medical devices, medical devices in the home, medication adherence, validated instruments and etc.  But we’ve never really tackled the question of Mental Health and how to approach it from a patient centric point...
  • Blog Post: Patient Engagement for Clinical Trials–Features

    As we discussed last week, over the next few weeks we’ll be looking at how Patient Engagement can effect clinical trials.  In order to move on to architecture (next week – February 4th) and the business value (February 11th), we need to discuss the required features. There are core features (architectural...
  • Blog Post: Patient Engagement in Life Sciences–Introductory Post

    Welcome to the first blog post on Patient Engagement in Life Sciences.  Over the next few posts we’ll focus on how Life Science organizations can run clinical trials that are more efficient and cost effective, while providing a better experience for the patient themselves, by engaging more deeply...
  • Blog Post: Have you ever shared your personal medical information on a social network?

    Have you dared? It is a growing trend where people share their health information online, most frequently with people who have the same condition or prognosis. I’ve shared health information here a couple times, in the form of blog posts / stories, but I haven’t shared the info directly from a site that...
  • Blog Post: BioIT Alliance–Conference on Nov 3 in NJ

    The BioIT Alliance will be holding its second conference and its annual meeting on November 3rd in Iselin, NJ.  We’re quite excited about this conference – focused on Translational Medicine, Health IT and how Pharmaceutical, BioTech and Medical Device and vendor organizations can make a difference...
  • Blog Post: Old and Empty Prescriptions: What do you do?

    The discussion of old prescriptions is a departure from the normal discussions in this blog around Health and Life Sciences Architecture, but related enough for me to ask you (gentle reader) the question: What do you do with your old prescriptions? A few days ago, my wife and I were cleaning out old...
Page 1 of 1 (6 items)