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  • Digital Transformation in the Life Sciences Supply Chain: the Time is Now
    Digital Transformation in the Life Sciences Supply Chain: the Time is Now
    Nino Giguashvili, Senior Research Analyst, IDC Health Insights Europe Recorded: Nov 12 2018 15 mins
    The rapidly approaching deadline in the European Union's Falsified Medicines Directive (FMD) for drug serialization and traceability is currently the top concern of life science companies supplying pharmaceutical products to European markets.
    European life sciences companies need to act immediately, and invest in serialization and information management solutions to avoid delays in compliance and the related penalties. However, they can (and should) take a more proactive approach to compliance-triggered digital investments, and capitalize on this opportunity to upgrade their digital systems and operations and derive longer-term business value for their supply chains.
    In this webinar, an IDC Health Insights analyst will discuss the imperatives for digital transformation in European supply chains and the broader potential of the 3rd platform and innovation accelerator technologies to help life science companies achieve "smart compliance," and turn their supply chains into a source of competitive advantage through the adoption of IDC's STAR(S)2 approach.

    About the Speaker:
    Nino Giguashvili is Senior Research Analyst for IDC Health Insights Europe. Her core research covers ICT developments in the healthcare and life science industries of the region, analyzing key technology and business issues facing healthcare and public health organizations, pharmaceutical companies, and their ICT vendors, and offering in-depth insights into the primary factors shaping the industry in the region. She advises industry organizations and ICT vendors on planning and implementing effective digital health transformation initiatives to drive business innovation.
  • 18 Blockchain Use Cases That Digitally Transform Payer Core Administration
    18 Blockchain Use Cases That Digitally Transform Payer Core Administration
    Jeff Rivkin, Research Director, Payer IT Strategies, IDC Health Insights Recorded: Aug 10 2018 32 mins
    For payers, blockchain could be the silent infrastructure and middleware catalyst buried inside a profound restructuring in how health insurers access and leverage data. While the whiz-bang promises of medical data exchange are bandied about, core payer administrative and data and processes can also have reduced friction by eliminating or streamlining administrative processes among insurers, providers, and members. See IDC Health Insights Research Director Jeff Rivkin present “18 Prospective Blockchain Use Cases That Can Digitally Transform Payer Core Administration”.
  • EHR 2.0: Next-Generation Clinical Documentation
    EHR 2.0: Next-Generation Clinical Documentation
    Mutaz Shegewi, Research Director, Provider IT Transformation Strategies, IDC Health Insights Recorded: Jul 20 2018 33 mins
    This webcast discusses the next wave of technological evolution and innovation in electronic health records. Topics to be covered include drivers, features, functionalities, capabilities, the differences between traditional and next-generational EHRs and the future outlook. Learn more about how electronic health records are evolving and will continue to play a key role as a core technology in the healthcare industry.
  • Value-based Health: Accelerating Digital Transformation
    Value-based Health: Accelerating Digital Transformation
    Lynne Dunbrack, Vice President, IDC Health Insights Recorded: Jun 28 2018 22 mins
    Join IDC Health Insights' Lynne Dunbrack as she explores value-based health and accelerating digital transformation.
  • Achieving superior care coordination: The Generic Telemedicine Platform
    Achieving superior care coordination: The Generic Telemedicine Platform
    Jonas Knudsen, IDC Research Director and Anne Friis Hansen, Team coordinator, The Region of Southern Denmark Recorded: Jun 21 2018 26 mins
    With 3rd Platform technologies, hospitals are entering an era when operations, processes, and technology are tightly linked to patients and other providers. Hospital boundaries blur, thereby triggering collaboration between sectors to enable a true integrated and personalized care service delivery model. Hospital managers (CEO, CIO, CMO) are challenged to move their enterprises to the next level — that of digital business transformation — implementing digital solutions, new business models, and innovation initiatives.
    But how is it done in real life? The Region of Southern Denmark has an enterprise wide adopted solution that include hospitals, GPs, Municipalities and regional authorities and they are happy to share their knowledge, experience and good ideas with you! During the webinar, the presenters will discuss and analyses:

    •What are the steps to be taken to effectively design, acquire and implement a digital collaboration and data integration platform in healthcare?
    •What are the challenges you may face in an integrated care and tele medicine project?
    •What are the effect and clinical outcomes when data sharing is a reality and not just a vision?
  • IDC Health Insights Taxonomy Overview
    IDC Health Insights Taxonomy Overview
    Lynne Dunbrack, Vice President, IDC Health Insights Recorded: Mar 22 2018 2 mins
    IDC Health Insights works with healthcare and life science organizations throughout the world on providing value-based healthcare and knowledge-based medicine.

    For more information, please visit www.idc-hi.com
  • IDC Health Insights Overview
    IDC Health Insights Overview
    Lynne Dunbrack, Vice President, IDC Health Insights Recorded: Mar 22 2018 2 mins
    IDC Health Insights works with healthcare and life science organizations throughout the world on providing value-based healthcare and knowledge-based medicine.

    For more information, please visit www.idc-hi.com
  • Achieving superior patient experience in digital health services
    Achieving superior patient experience in digital health services
    Claudio Saccavini, Chief Information Officer Arsenàl.It Consortium, Silvia Piai, EMEA Senior Research Manager, IDC Recorded: Mar 21 2018 31 mins
    During the webcast, we will analyse:
    •What are the steps to be taken to effectively use design thinking in mobile health services
    •What are the challenges you may face in a user-centered design process
    •How this approach can be more generalised to other service design to deliver better patient experience
  • Patient Engagement for Digital Transformation
    Patient Engagement for Digital Transformation
    Mutaz Shegewi, Research Director, Provider IT Transformation Strategies, IDC Health Insights Recorded: Mar 20 2018 50 mins
    Patient engagement technologies play a vital role in the digital transformation of healthcare. These hold the unique potential to transform care-seeking consumers into new patients and empower existing patients to become more involved in their health and care. Tools, processes, and environments that nurture the adoption of patient engagement technologies can positively impact cost, quality, access, patient safety, and patient experience across the continuum of care. Therefore, patient engagement technologies have been mandated as an essential component of policies since the introduction of the Triple Aim and evolved into some of the most important and recent frameworks advancing health IT (e.g., the Medicare EHR Incentive Program, MACRA, QPP, MIPS, and APM). Regulatory mandates, competitive market forces, and emergent changes in health stakeholders are driving a shift to a new era of value-based and consumer-driven healthcare. It is necessary healthcare providers come up with innovative patient engagement technology strategies that also shift in response to these changes. However, despite widespread industry usage and market buzz, patient engagement is for the most part an unclear concept. There is no consensus on a clear way to plan and execute patient engagement or implement its technologies. Therefore, there is a growing need for guidance and evidence to support the application of patient engagement and its technologies to impact the digital transformation of healthcare.
  • Setting the Stage - AI Investment and Applications in the Life Sciences
    Setting the Stage - AI Investment and Applications in the Life Sciences
    Alan S. Louie, Ph.D., Research Director, Life Sciences, IDC Health Insights Recorded: Mar 20 2018 15 mins
    There continues to be strong interest within the life science and healthcare industries on innovations that can yield new actionable insights and improve operational efficiencies. With a full spectrum of validated applications spanning multiple industries, AI promises to deliver new capabilities to the life science and healthcare industries today. In this webinar, we will discuss AI trends, the evolving AI landscape in the life sciences, AI areas gaining early traction, and key factors driving and hindering adoption.

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