• Latest Advances in Health Tech

    TechKnow by on March 17th, 2017

    Health technology has become a bigger part of CES over the years. While part of that is due to the Digital Health Summit that was added to the tradeshow a few years ago, the other factor is simply consumers’ increasing desire for more health- and fitness-related products. That means the show always has a nice […]

  • My Other Life with Mike Hooven

    My Other Life by on March 17th, 2017

    PM360 recently spoke to Mike Hooven, CEO of Enable Injections, about his need for speed. PM360: In addition to running a company that develops drug delivery devices, you also race cars. How did you become interested in that? My dad’s side of the family has always been into cars. My granddad actually licensed the first […]

  • Vast Majority of Lung Cancer Patients Unaware About Targeted Therapies

    Panorama by on February 27th, 2017

    Only 17% of lung cancer patients were aware whether they had tested positive for a genetic mutation, according to a recent survey conducted by Health Union. The results help to illustrate that the general patient population is still largely unaware of the fact that therapies currently exist that can attack certain mutations such as EGFR, […]

  • Can feedkast Make Finding Relevant Content Online Much, Much Easier?

    Panorama by on February 27th, 2017

    Right now your Twitter feed probably consists of (un)welcome political opinions/rants, some cute cat/dog/baby videos, maybe some news about your favorite sports team or TV show, and then mixed in with all of that is the actual content you’re interested in right now. Charles Benaiah, and his company watzan, aim to change that with their […]

  • TransCelerate Releases New Risk-Based Monitoring Interactive Guide to Help Improve R&D

    Panorama by on February 27th, 2017

    TransCelerate BioPharma was established as a non-profit back in 2012 to allow pharmaceutical companies to collaborate on solutions to common pain points in research and development. One of their first initiatives dealt with risk-based monitoring (RBM), a proactive method of clinical trial monitoring in which focus is shifted to the evolving areas of greatest need […]

  • The Inspiration and Planning Behind Bayer Aspirin’s New HeroSmith Campaign

    Panorama by on February 27th, 2017

    Bayer Aspirin launched a new campaign that hopes to make saving lives as common as the last name Smith. Studies show that chewing an aspirin, as directed by a doctor, as soon as a heart attack is suspected may reduce the risk of death or complications. While this isn’t new information, Bayer wants to help […]

  • Healthcare Watch February 2017

    Healthcare Watch by on February 24th, 2017

    Sales Sector: Estimated Top Selling Drugs Slated to Launch in 2017 Novo Nordisk’s once-weekly type 2 diabetes treatment semaglutide, is expected to be the most successful small-molecule drug launched in 2017, according to EvaluatePharma, a market intelligence firm that forecasts prescription drug sales. Semaglutide is predicted to reach $2 billion in sales by 2022 with […]

  • My Other Life with Geeta Padbidri

    My Other Life by on February 24th, 2017

    PM360 recently spoke to Geeta Padbidri, former Director of Commercial Strategy & Analytics at Ipsen Biopharmaceuticals, about spreading the love and stopping violence. PM360: How did you get involved with the nonprofit Media Rise and its “From India With Love” campaign? I am in a yoga and meditation group with someone from Media Rise who […]

  • CES Reveals the Near Future of Tech

    TechKnow by on February 24th, 2017

    The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas kicks off the New Year with a showing of the latest devices, concepts, and trends coming out of the tech world. Not everything put on display will be a hit (smart combs anyone?), but it often provides a look at where consumer technology is headed. This […]

  • How Prognos is Using AI to Track and Predict Disease and Identify Patients Early On

    Startup Spotlight by on February 24th, 2017

    Back in 2010, Sundeep Bhan, an eHealth entrepreneur who previously lead Medsite before its sale to WebMD, and Jason Bhan, MD, a family physician practicing medicine in the suburbs of Washington D.C., united with the goal of delivering on the promise of precision medicine. Together, along with Destry Sulkes, they started Medivo to explore how […]

  • Examining the Biotech 2017 Landscape: Trump, IPOs, Alternative Approvals Pathways, and More

    Panorama by on January 30th, 2017

    Earlier this month, San Francisco once again played host to thousands of investors who wanted to take the pulse of the biotech industry for 2017 and to see if they can find the most worthy companies or areas deserving of investment. Yes, the 35th Annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference came and went—as did the rival […]

  • Physicians Say DTC Ads Are Driving Increased Patient Discussions—But Also Confusion

    Panorama by on January 30th, 2017

    Direct-to-consumer advertising has taken some heat from regulators, politicians, and even the public, but a new survey reveals that physicians feel these ads are actually responsible for driving more discussions with patients. InCrowd, a provider of real-time market intelligence to the life sciences and healthcare firms, conducted a microsurvey of 319 U.S. physicians who say […]

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