Medical information (MI) teams are an integral part of every pharmaceutical company’s operations. These teams field questions about medications and devices from healthcare professionals – but also from scientists, patients, and company personnel. When a healthcare professional requests information about a drug or device, that’s when the MI team steps
AI has come to be a catch-all term that can apply to any technical idea we have conceived but not yet implemented. To some, AI is an unknown, scary concept powered by sci-fi or magic. For some, AI equals chatbots — but it’s so much more. In fact, AI is already disrupting industries and driving real business impact. We’ve put together six trends below that will be important for AI in the next year and beyond.
The AI Summit — hosted in New York City on December 5 and 6 — is one of the world’s largest artificial intelligence (AI) conferences for business. Intouch sent two members of the innovation team, and senior innovation manager Andrew Grojean brought back this recap.
Frontiers Health draws experts from across the healthcare space to share insights on the latest in digital disruption and technology. Intouch hosted a master class on our Cognitive Core AI solution with use cases and demos. Read about it here!
To reinforce their value, sales reps are expected to have deep knowledge of the market and their customers, so that they can tailor their interactions to the unique needs of each. Data – gathered judiciously, digested accurately, analyzed rapidly, and used wisely – makes the sales force more efficient and productive.
Intouch just wrapped its first in-house DIY innovation challenge focused on artificial intelligence in healthcare. Read all about it here!
The kids are back in school, trying to remember what they learned before a long summer off. Time for you to catch up, too! And because we know how full this time of year can be, we’ve made it easy for you with our “In Case You Missed It” (ICYMI)
Futuristic technology is good for headlines. Every trendspotter in the game loves to talk about artificial intelligence and machine learning, virtual reality and augmented reality, robots and chatbots, etc. But sometimes, those stories can begin to feel a bit more like sci-fi entertainment, rather than like anything that’s actually part
We work hard every day to deserve our reputation as leaders in digital health, alerting clients and colleagues to promising trends and technologies, sorting through the hype to discern what will truly advance the industry to improve patient outcomes. So when we kept receiving questions about artificial intelligence (AI),
The FDA has approved the first medical device to diagnose disease without a doctor. This isn’t necessarily the first FDA-approved artificial intelligence (AI) device —quite a few others have claimed that before — but it is the first to use AI to deliver a diagnosis.