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Nowadays, CRM (customer relationship management) software solutions are in great demand among companies of all stripes and colors. Big-, medium-, small-sized businesses and nonprofit organizations use them to strengthen cooperation and improve services, thus, gaining their partners’ and clients’ trust. CRM software allows arranging customers’ data, interactions and simplifying all the business processes.
In traditional clinical practice, the opportunity to validate the best practices among a large sample of patients is minimal for healthcare professionals. However, the recently launched Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) Medical Shared Savings Program (MSSP) for Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), offers providers incentives for improved quality of care and lowered costs associated with healthcare and demands that ACOs monitor and publicly disclose the results they have collected, allowing ACOs to analyze the data.
The reduction in healthy microbe flora present in the gut due to overuse of antibiotics can lead to weight gain. One of the major threats faced by humankind is antibiotic resistance. In the US alone, resistant infections are estimated to affect over two million people every year, with roughly 23,000 deaths.
Clostridium difficile infection (CDI), a potentially lethal bacterial infection, causes colon inflammation and is responsible for 3,700 deaths in Europe per year.1 This highly symptomatic infection causes fever, diarrhea, abdominal cramping, elevated levels of white blood cells, and blood or mucus in stool.
Vitamin D is produced by the body upon exposure to sunlight. Being an infamously cloudy country, vitamin D deficiency is common in the UK and other northern countries with similar climates.
In a new report released by Lord Jim O’Neill, the UK Commercial Secretary to the Treasury and Chair of the Review on Antimicrobial Resistance, recommendations are listed out to combat the global risk of antimicrobial resistance (AMR).
The bacterial cell wall is made up of alternating linkages of N-acetylglucosamine and N-acetylmuramic acid.
Finding ways to improve efficiency and bioavailability is key to targeted drug delivery.
Risks to a medical device’s performance can occur at any stage of the product lifecycle, as highlighted at the 2015 Risk Management Summit conducted by AAMI.
Life Science companies, which trade in a regulated industry that is essentially risk-conscious, are cautious when assessing an enterprise-wide learning management system (LMS) to ensure that the system adheres to the requirements of EU Annex 11 and 21 CFR Part 11. However, few LMSs provide this functionality at several depths and in certain cases this is not found until after the system is purchased.
Life science companies are increasingly investing in holistic talent management systems (TMS), where learning management presents an important feature. However, the question that arises at this juncture is what exactly does FDA anticipate the company to validate?
Today, data integrity has become an important regulatory topic in quality management. It refers to the consistency and accuracy of stored data, and presents a major challenge to biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies that can either make or break the outcome of a specific product.
Clinigen Group is a global specialty pharmaceuticals and services company headquartered in Burton on Trent in the UK. Started in 2010 by CEO Peter George merging the companies Keats Healthcare, Clinigen and Clinigen Healthcare, the organisation now provides services in over 130 countries. As well as the UK, the company has offices in the US, Japan, Australia, South Africa and Singapore.
In clinical settings, POCT provides rapid diagnostic information to help make clinical decisions as early as possible in the care and treatment of patients.