The recent Spotfire on-demand webcast, “Data Science 2.0: Guided and In-line Analytics with Spotfire,” covers how Spotfire and data science are impacting global business across every market and industry. For example, if you work in the pharmaceuticals industry this may mean using analytics in clinical trials to identify safety issues… Read More →
Life Sciences and Pharmaceuticals
When it comes to relying on real-time BI and business data visualization to power decisions, life sciences companies are no different than companies in other industries. Gold in the Data; But Where to Start? Big data points exist in the millions for companies in this growing industry. And the need… Read More →
Regulatory, data protection, and privacy requirements are constantly changing across different countries and regions, making it extremely challenging for finance, operations, and risk management executives to stay abreast of the ever-changing regulatory environment. Many companies struggle to keep pace with local changes to consumer rights, cross-border data transfer restrictions, tax… Read More →
Researchers say pharmaceutical and other life sciences companies are ramping up their uses of analytics tools to help identify and take advantage of new market opportunities. This includes the use of analytics to identify gaps in treatment options as well as the need for specific types of drugs and therapeutic… Read More →
Researchers are close to testing a vaccine for HIV that was developed based on data analytics. A hospital was able to predict which patients recovering from congestive heart failure might be readmitted, monitor them (a $500 cost), and prevent another hospital stay (a $15,000 cost). Another healthcare provider discovered $10… Read More →
Join John Walker of Infinity Pharmaceuticals and TIBCO Spotfire’s Michael O’Connell tomorrow for a case study discussion of clinical trial operations and medical/safety analysis with Spotfire at Infinity. Date: Tuesday, July 13th, 2010 @ 11:00 AM ET Overview: Infinity’s integrated clinical systems, consisting of custom CTMS (iTrac), Pharmacovigilance (Oracle ARGUS),… Read More →
Who doesn’t love a meeting? Well, actually, most people don’t. Meetings can be too long, too boring, irrelevant and get in the way of getting work done. But there is hope. A report by CITO showcases how one company uses analytics to change tired, dull meetings into productive, working sessions.
Clinical data analysis that helps identify issues in drug development, improves patient outcomes. Companies are using sophisticated clinical data analysis to identify and address drug safety issues.
Clinical data analysis with graphics can be used to in both for both drug development and reporting, even though the requirements for these uses are quite different.
Using data visualization software with dynamic aggregation and filtering, we can easily see how H1N1 has spread throughout the U.S.
Business intelligence is often thought of as providing data and answers for finance and operations departments. Yes, that’s how many companies use business intelligence, but many others apply business intelligence in other areas of the company. For pharmaceuticals, business intelligence provides untold value in analyzing sales metrics – delivering sales performance management.