The healthcare supply chain needs to be optimized. How can companies utilize big data to reduce costs for those involved?
Quantum decryption will soon arrive to compromise the reliability of standard cybersecurity practices – just as the British National Health Service is working to make its most sensitive data digitally accessible.
Johnson &amp;amp;amp;amp; Johnson has been a leader in climate change advocacy, but will it play champion role as it expands into Africa?
3D printing or “additive manufacturing” is positioned to revolutionize the face of medical device manufacturing and could be a great opportunity or a significant disruptive threat, depending on how they respond.
CVS Health has transformed itself into the largest health care conglomerate in the United States. Do its size and supply chain integration drive further competitive advantage, or leave it open to disruption?
Aetna and other major healthcare payers should wake up to the rising costs of climate change
How government mandated drug traceability is transforming healthcare supply chains
In 2011, by beating human at the game Jeopardy, Watson provided the world a glimpse the potential of artificial intelligence (AI). Fast forward only a few years, the rapid development of deep neural networks has further expanded human’s imagination of AI. Now, people wonder if AI will ever replace physicians. Perhaps start with radiologists?
It’s hard to tell whether the lack of innovation in the healthcare industry has been driven by heightened regulation or risk-adverse corporations, but one thing is certain: Industry leaders like Pfizer must start to embrace digitalization or risk losing some of their competitive advantages.
Telehealth has changed the notion of how medical care can be delivered. How can an organization like Planned Parenthood compete in this climate and utilize telemedicine to its advantage?