Robotic manufacturers will fight a war to get robots into the operating room, but even if we figure out how to create a one-stop-shop robot for the OR, there's another conundrum: how do we collect and use the data coming from robots to drive…
FibroFlutters Imagine the level of information that shows the differences and similarities in how surgeons operate and links it to the hospital’s data on patient outcomes
James Anthony, SVP, Global Head Biotech and Graciela Rácaro, SVP, Global Head, Biotech Operations, both from Parexel, discuss how Parexel Biotech has been built to meet customer and the patient needs with tailored, flexible solutions that…
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– Nov 18, 2019, 4:01 AM
Trusting the internet for medical advice has always been a crapshoot. A runny nose paired with a vivid imagination can quickly metastasize to a terminal prognosis from a number of sources, and often you don't know the qualifications and…
FibroFluttersThere’s the well-known disclaimer that you should not substitute the internet for professional medical advice. But just as the Q-tip box says “do not insert directly into the ear canal,” that is exactly what some people will do.
By Ed Miseta, Chief Editor, Clinical Leader Follow Me On Twitter @EdClinical Dr. Kerry Cooper is currently the VP of U.S. Medical Affairs of Renal Cardio at AstraZeneca. He has been a nephrologist for 35 years, has extensive experience as a…
FibroFlutters“Patient feedback comes from many different sources,” says Cooper. “We get feedback from patients participating in trials, patients taking approved medicines, and patient advocacy groups....
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As we near the end of the year, it is again time to go to the crystal ball and issue predictions for what the year 2020 holds in store for health care. This year, I consulted three well-known Venice Beach astrologers, two reputed Chakra healers…
FibroFluttersIn all seriousness, here is how I see the dialog around our nation’s health care system evolving in 2020.
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– Nov 22, 2019, 7:26 AM
As medicine becomes more precise, it means clinical trials often require recruiting from smaller, and more specific patient pools. While precision medicine can mean incredible advancement and efficacy of new therapies, it also increases the…
FibroFluttersOftentimes participants aren’t aware of the upfront costs until they’ve already been enrolled in the study and begin to participate – only to quickly realize they are not financially able to complete the trial requirements and are forced to drop out.
By Ed Miseta, Chief Editor, Clinical Leader Follow Me On Twitter @EdClinical Bella Sessoms has spent most of her career negotiating sponsor-CRO budgets and contracts. Her early career was spent on the CRO side of the house, where she worked on…
FibroFlutters“I have seen a little bit of everything over the past 20 years,” says Sessoms. “Although most of my work has been on CRO contracts, many of the tips I can share are applicable to all service providers.”
Now that I am home and in the bed, my adrenaline has stopped pushing me and reality has set back in. The truth is, traveling with a Chronic Illness is NO JOKE!!! Please allow me to explain how traveling affects us as a whole. You see in the…
FibroFluttersA major part is that our adrenaline has kicked into overdrive because we are ecstatic to get to where we are going and the body knows we need that extra push to get us there.
When I'm depressed, it's really difficult and sometimes impossible to help anyone. I'm quick to see my own limitations and fail to remember my strengths. Many… Welcome to a place where words matter. On Medium, smart voices and original ideas…
FibroFluttersWhen I’m depressed, it’s really difficult and sometimes impossible to help anyone. I’m quick to see my own limitations and fail to remember my strengths. Many people with stress and depression are more likely to: