Newsletter | May 30, 2019

05.30.19 -- How Medicine And Technology Change (And Save) Lives

Featured Articles
How Medical Device Companies Can Safeguard Vital IP
Guest Column | By Chris Morales, Vectra

Stolen IP represents a significant subsidy since the thieves don’t have to bear the costs of developing or licensing that technology or manufacturing process. If a competitor steals a company’s product-related trade secrets, it can beat that company to market with a new and innovative product, undercutting the victim company’s market share.

Experience Beyond Boundaries: The Next-Generation CXO
White Paper | Vocera Communications

Even in an era of great uncertainty, experience leaders are strategically breaking down barriers to infuse a focus on human experience into every aspect of healthcare — every initiative, every investment, and every interaction. Read on to see how senior leaders in healthcare organizations are building a more humanized healthcare experience.

How Medicine And Technology Change (And Save) Lives
Guest Column | By Sergey Kizyan, Intetics

New technology and software solutions are thrusting the medical industry forward at lightning speed. These state-of-the-art applications and advancements are not only saving lives, but are helping people live healthier, happier, and longer than at any time in history.

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Developing Healthcare Analytics In An Agile World
Guest Column | By Stuart Jackson

Big Data is everywhere. However, as the list of Big Data tools grows and grows, organizations of all sizes often struggle to build and maintain analytics infrastructures that are future-proof. Nowhere is this clearer than in the development of healthcare analytics.

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