Tag Archives: medicine

May1

Oncologists to Initiate Discussion Around Value

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Earlier this month a new initiative was announced to encourage oncologists to discuss the price and relative value of cancer medicines with their patients. No, this was not driven by executive fiat as part of the ACA, nor is it the brainchild of an insurance carrier. Instead, it comes from the American Society of Clinical […]

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Nov12

Pharmaceutical Medicine: Moving From Molecule to Market

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The emerging discipline of pharmaceutical medicine trains a wide-angle lens on the process of drug development. It integrates the science, regulatory requirements, clinical development, commercialization and business affairs, drug safety surveillance and reporting under one umbrella. By definition, it is the discipline that considers drug development from molecule to market. After 15 years in the […]

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Sep25

Google Glass in Healthcare: Do We Really Want In-Your-Face Medicine?

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You look at Google Glass and you think The Times April Fool’s joke. You think of those pie-in-the-sky inventions wheeled out on Tomorrow’s World in the 1980s by Judith Hann (you know, the one with the perm who gave Kevin Keegan a run for his money). Google Glass is Terminator vision. And it’s here. Now. […]

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