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FDA Works to Improve Clinical Trials Collaboration, Data Sharing

March 18, 2019 - The FDA is working with stakeholders to encourage the use of new technologies, infrastructure, and processes to improve clinical trial collaboration and data sharing, explained FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb in a March 14 statement. The agency is looking to identify innovative trial designs, evaluate the role of decentralized clinical trials and mobile technologies, and help...


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Most Hospitals Employ Some Type of Clinical Surveillance Product

by Fred Donovan

Most hospitals are using a clinical surveillance solution, whether from a third-party, built in-house, or as part of their EHR, according to a recent survey of 100 hospital executives by Sage Growth Partners on behalf of clinical...

OBHG Boosts Clinician Engagement with Ob Exchange Platform

by Fred Donovan

Greenville, South Carolina-based OB Hospitalist Group (OBHG) wanted to build a collaborative website that would improve clinician engagement for its 740 clinicians in more than 165 partner hospitals across 32 states. It was looking for a...

Cardiac Clinical Workflow Frustration Grows with Structured Reporting

by Fred Donovan

The amount of data that cardiovascular clinicians deal with as part of their clinical workflow can be overwhelming. One way to get a handle on all that data is through structured reporting. Structured reporting is the capture of...

Philips Innovates HIT Infrastructure with Phoenix Children’s

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Philips and Phoenix Children’s Hospital announced a 15-year agreement to co-create advanced imaging, patient monitoring, and clinical informatics in pediatric care. The long-term strategic partnership will allow Philips and Phoenix...

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