Wednesday, April 14th 2021
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Post-covid outlook on Life Sciences.
This week’s must read
Since the beginning of the pandemic, developing new treatments and vaccines that offer society a route out of the coronavirus crisis will help attract fresh talent to the life sciences sector. How should life sciences companies harness the potential of artificial intelligence in healthcare and drive innovation in AI in healthcare?
This Week’s Must Read is an insight piece from Pinsent Masons about the future of AI in healthcare.
We are all still living and working in unpredictable times. With epidemics becoming a regular part of our lives due to prevalent urbanization, globalization, and factory farms, the rapid global spread of COVID-19 highlights the importance of the life sciences industry.
In this article Steve Gens, Remco Munnik and James Kelleher of Generis discuss the drivers for the digital transformation of data and documents management in life sciences, the practicalities of delivering it, and the new opportunities it presents.
The drug development sector embraces technologies and digital methods that were previously not as widely used due to the COVID-19 crisis. This study is intended to coax future research about talent development and digitization of the drug development process.
As we move into a post-pandemic world, here are five predictions for using analytics to modernize health and life sciences that build on the challenges faced and innovations achieved in 2020.
This week’s Consulting News
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This week’s media
While the world slowly recovers from the aftershock of the Pandemic, none can dispute that the onus of it all largely fell on this industry, juxtaposing ongoing work with the race to find the cure.
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