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JUNE 2020 Research Alert
This month we added three new studies to the Best Practice Database, the research repository for Best Practices, LLC. This month's new studies focus on three topical areas: health information systems; integrated treatment apps, and Medical Information distribution. The first study examines key issues around building integrated health information systems to deliver patient/product insights; it focuses on evaluating six key vendors used by the industry. The second new document deals with the development and evaluation of integrated treatment apps. The last new study delivers best practices in distributing medical information to investigators and physicians.
The new Best Practices, LLC studies listed below under Newly Added Research explore how leading companies have made their operations more effective across these different areas.
|Download: Health Info System Excellence: How Top Biopharmas Build Integrated Data Systems to Fulfill Patient-Centric Clinical & Commercial Objectives (5616)|
Best Practices, LLC conducted this research to examine how biopharma companies can work with vendors to develop fully integrated and accessible databases for aggregated health insights, often referred to as "health information systems."
||Download: Connected Health Excellence: Understanding Competitors, Drivers, Investment, ROI and Impact of Integrated Treatment Apps (5617)|
This research will help biopharma and medical device leaders better understand the current drivers and impacts of connected healthcare applications. This study also looks at investment and performance measurement insofar as these connected apps.
||Download: Best Practices in Distributing Medical Info to Investigators and Physicians through Investigator Portals and Other Means (5618)|
This short study highlights the usage of specific investigator websites and types of medical information shared by companies via this medium, protection of such websites, and tools used to access trial data, publications, abstracts, etc.