The Transparent CDMO Procurement Digitization: The Key To Price Transparency And Healthcare Transformation

Healthcare continues to be a source of major concern in the United States, with recent polling indicating it is the number one issue to voters in the 2020 elections. Availability and cost, which are closely related, are the key reasons for this. Despite greater past media attention on pharmaceutical pricing, the single greatest contributor to overall healthcare costs (a whopping 18 percent of the U.S. gross domestic product, or $11,172 per person in 2018), is actually hospitals. As a result, there has been growing attention on hospital pricing. The issues involved are more complex than they may appear but, fortunately, there is a clear path to improvement for both hospitals and patients.

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    Despite major advancements, the medical community continues to treat many conditions with no effective cure or long-term treatments — like cancer and heart disease. For some diseases, this may change soon. Recent innovations, powered in part by initiatives like the FDA's Breakthrough Therapy designation, may lead to major benefits for some untreatable and difficult-to-treat conditions this year.

  • Accelerating The Time To Value From Advanced Analytics

    Why should healthcare executives care about analytics and connected analytics in particular? Because healthcare is in a state of enormous disruption and transformation.

  • Healthcare Providers Must Protect Patient Data In 2020: Here’s Why

    Quality healthcare is predicated on a simple principle: first, do no harm. The Hippocratic Oath serves as the sector’s centuries-old lodestar that ensures that doctors, nurses, and other healthcare providers are always working toward a singular goal of promoting positive patient health outcomes.


  • Healthcare’s Unique Challenge: Managing Employee Spend

    Healthcare facilities nationwide face increasing pressure to reduce costs across their organization. Providing patient care is the top priority. For that reason, healthcare executives take advantage of cost savings opportunities within administrative spend to reinvest in critical business areas. These reinvestment efforts enable them to provide better quality care.

  • Vitality Health Services — The Search For A Secure Place To Store Data

    Technology has rapidly changed the chiropractic industry. Less than 5 years ago, only a handful of large chiropractic practices could afford X-ray machines. With the advancement in radiological equipment technology, the cost of this equipment has decreased significantly. Patients are also asking for a quicker turnaround on X-ray diagnostics, forcing their chiropractic care professionals to invest in this technology located on-premises.

  • The Importance Of A Software Development Partner For SMEs

    Small and Medium Enterprises add up to a significant percentage of the new private sector companies all over the world. Over the years, the enterprises belonging of this sector that have stood out and emerged as leaders in world economy have had atleast 2 things in common - relentless focus on the fundamentals of their businesses and an uncanny knack for identifying and riding on a market/technological wave.

  • The Relevance Of Middleware In Digital Health

    Middleware has long been an asset in healthcare IT. Its continued impact has the opportunity to change the future of healthcare. Many consider middleware to be the "glue" that allows different software programs to work together, enabling interoperability. Middleware helps users solve the challenges of heterogeneity and distribution, sitting above operating systems and networking software but below specific applications. 


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