pharma

Is healthcare ready for AI, potentially the biggest innovation since the vaccine?

Artificial intelligence (AI) has permeated into many parts of everyday life, if you look hard enough you can see it in unassuming places; from the facial recognition of Google photos to the spam filter in your favourite email app. But perhaps it is in areas of commerce and industry where we can see its value the most.

Manufacturing operations are being optimised, data is being collated and analysed at an ever increasing rate, and deep learning enables ‘intelligent’ machines to make independent decisions without human guidance.

Could a pharma company shun sales reps and be successful?

Could there be a pharma, healthcare or life sciences company that decides to shun sales representatives?

Matt Lowe, pharma agency veteran and founder (just this week) of healthtech agency performance.io, believes that such a company, relying heavily on search and performance marketing, may be a possiblity in the next few years (albeit once somebody has the courage to take the leap).

10 examples of the Internet of Things in healthcare

The next decade may well see a revolution in treatment and diagnosis of disease, as the Internet of Things (IoT) is brought to bear on medicine. Here are 10 examples of IoT in healthcare. 1. OpenAPS – closed-loop insulin delivery One of the most fascinating areas in IoT medicine is the open source initiative OpenAPS, […]

Six ways digital is changing the pharma & healthcare industry

The pharmaceutical and healthcare industry is rapidly coming to terms with digital technology.

New tech companies are entering the market and existing players have had to up their game, across marketing, sales and operations. If you’re relatively new to pharma, like me, here’s a summary of just some of the biggest trends.

Why Pharma marketers are increasingly turning to social media

It wasn’t long ago that pharma brands tended to avoid social media.

The strict regulation of the industry’s advertising communication still acts as a motivator for the industry to be cautious with social content, yet increasing numbers of brands are taking to social media anyway.

What’s changed?