The four dimensions of effective mHealth
The promise of mHealth is profound but, as yet, unrealized. How do we bridge the gap from opportunity to adoption?
Life Sciences Executive Series
For the CIO
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The Internet of Things: Technology integration and innovation are redefining life sciences IT
- Ongoing growth of connected devices in the IoT can change the way life sciences organizations serve patients and customers, and may significantly redefine the role of the IT organization.
- Many IT organizations will need to manage enormous quantities of data from multitudes of data streams and apply advanced analytics that help enable critical health care decision-making.
- Integration of IoT devices with legacy IT infrastructures, coupled with advance analytics, is critical to providing actionable insights that can drive value.
- Regardless of a life sciences organization’s maturity, a CIO’s first priority should be to develop a holistic strategy that addresses the full range of life sciences consumers and maximizes value creation across the ecosystem.