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Life sciences companies must develop new healthcare data management services to make data more valuable by managing it strategically and efficiently.
Industrialized data services help establish data as a useful asset available for various purposes. For example, establishing healthcare data management services in research and development (R&D) helps collate and correlate data from contract research organizations (CROs), academic institutions and research lab partners, and public health institutes to provide deep insights into new solutions and better metrics on the efficacy and safety of drugs and devices in the pipeline.
As life sciences data management services become more accessible, people within the organization will find innovative and valuable uses for them.
Action item for the CIO: Technology leaders must work with business colleagues to determine which data is valuable to the enterprise, explore its security and compliance attributes, and take steps toward the organization’s evolution to industrialized data services. The data-sharing model, by its nature, will accelerate companies toward centralized data management.
Learn about the other life sciences technology trends:
Converging data architectures
Social-driven information technology
Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS)-enabled agility
Orchestrated analytical security
Read the full point of view Life Sciences Technology Trends 2012 or view the infographic to get a quick insight into these trends.
October 5, 2012
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