Precision Medicine Forum – Patient Week convenes healthcare professionals, researchers, industry, payers and patients/patient advocates in a unique setting which puts the patient front and centre of the discussions. This time around there will be panels sessions, roundtables, 1-2-1 networking and group networking sessions.
Join this exclusive webinar – Discussing the impact of AI-enabled opportunistic screening in medical imaging and how this can positively impact on population health at scale.
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Hello readers, please can I ask you for a little time to consider the following…? Survey to produce a ‘state of the industry report’ | eyeforpharma eyeforpharma (now Reuters Events Pharma) are conducting a ‘state of the industry report’ – to see what the initial impact of COVID-19 has been across pharma (whether you’re in […]
This EXCLUSIVE PAPER ‘What Patients Want’ discusses the roundtables / interactive sessions that were designed + led by patients, co-chaired by patients, and moderated by industry facilitators ie patient advocates.
The more I think about it, the fact that data sits in silos and is in different formats is the thing that is preventing true patient centricity, because it’s what stops you determining whether intervention X actually created result Y within the population, and hence reward the right kind of behaviour.’
PAUL SIMMS, CHAIRMAN EYEFORPHARMA
In all honesty I am amazed that I have done all this especially considering my health was quite bad last year. I do tend to distract myself as much as possible, but crikey, I got around quite a bit didn’t I. – closing thoughts
It is time to pat yourselves on the back for being actively involved to help create change.
The discussions will look to give you a ‘step-by-step’ guide as to what you need to ‘successfully implement digital solutions, overcome challenges in scaling, early stage planning and cross-company consistency, to ensure your customer interactions are a success’.
Supported by: Date And Time 13th November 2019 11:00 AM (PST) Location Anywhere Abstract In the earlier AIMed webinar, speakers touched upon challenges hindering the real adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) in clinical radiology. As most radiologists share a rather speedy and hectic workload, AI tools that require extra plug-ins or taking up additional study […]