Clinical research development has long been targeted as an area of opportunity for pharmaceutical companies and investigator sites to find more efficient methods of adoption to drive success in commercializing a product. Friend of Vynamic, Amy Nordo joins us on this episode as we dive into the topic of Clinical Trials and how innovation is making its way into this critical function between a pharmaceutical company and the provider settings.
Mindy discussed an article published by Kaiser Health News entitled “Death By 1,000 Clicks: Where Electronic Records Went Wrong.” The article provides an evaluation on the growth of the EHR industry as part of the Digital Revolution.
Ryan discussed the news coming from the Cleveland Clinic of the first baby in North America delivered by a mother who received a uterus transplant from a deceased donor.
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