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SAPVoice: How To Improve Precision Medicine with Machine Learning

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Machine learning can be the difference between life and death. The technology, which enables computers teach themselves, is about more than who has the world's biggest AI platform -- or how well a platform evaluates cookie recipes; it could be a tremendous boon for precision medicine, which tailors healthcare to the specifics of individual patients. An individual patient's genome is a massive DNA dataset that has already helped physicians tailor treatment to thousands of patients. Using precision medicine for cancer treatment, for example, involves identifying characteristics that could help predict a specific treatment's effectiveness for a specific patient, OncLive stated on Tuesday. Legacy methods might have based treatment on the cancer's stage, which is a relatively limited indicator of success.


Council Post: How Data Analytics And Artificial Intelligence Are Changing The Pharmaceutical Industry

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Whether your organization has already begun the necessary process of incorporating data analytics and artificial intelligence into pharmacy operations or it is undergoing a due diligence project to decide if it's time to implement a pharmacy technology upgrade initiative, one thing is for sure: Data analytics and artificial intelligence will have a tremendous impact on how pharmacies operate, both today and well into the future. Pharmacies that are early adopters of such technology will have strategic advantages over those pharmacies that choose to delay. Pharmacies that embrace pharmacy technology could generate a lot more money than pharmacies that don't. According to McKinsey (via TechEmergence), "Big data and machine learning in pharma and medicine could generate a value of up to $100 billion annually, based on better decision-making, optimized innovation, improved efficiency of research/clinical trials, and new tool creation for physicians, consumers, insurers and regulators." Here are some ways that data analytics and artificial intelligence are changing the pharmaceutical industry.


How Data Analytics And Artificial Intelligence Are Changing The Pharmaceutical Industry

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Whether your organization has already begun the necessary process of incorporating data analytics and artificial intelligence into pharmacy operations or it is undergoing a due diligence project to decide if it's time to implement a pharmacy technology upgrade initiative, one thing is for sure: Data analytics and artificial intelligence will have a tremendous impact on how pharmacies operate, both today and well into the future. Pharmacies that are early adopters of such technology will have strategic advantages over those pharmacies that choose to delay. Pharmacies that embrace pharmacy technology could generate a lot more money than pharmacies that don't. According to McKinsey (via TechEmergence), "Big data and machine learning in pharma and medicine could generate a value of up to $100 billion annually, based on better decision-making, optimized innovation, improved efficiency of research/clinical trials, and new tool creation for physicians, consumers, insurers and regulators." Here are some ways that data analytics and artificial intelligence are changing the pharmaceutical industry.


How Data Analytics And Artificial Intelligence Are Changing The Pharmaceutical Industry

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Whether your organization has already begun the necessary process of incorporating data analytics and artificial intelligence into pharmacy operations or it is undergoing a due diligence project to decide if it's time to implement a pharmacy technology upgrade initiative, one thing is for sure: Data analytics and artificial intelligence will have a tremendous impact on how pharmacies operate, both today and well into the future. Pharmacies that are early adopters of such technology will have strategic advantages over those pharmacies that choose to delay. Pharmacies that embrace pharmacy technology could generate a lot more money than pharmacies that don't. According to McKinsey (via TechEmergence), "Big data and machine learning in pharma and medicine could generate a value of up to $100 billion annually, based on better decision-making, optimized innovation, improved efficiency of research/clinical trials, and new tool creation for physicians, consumers, insurers and regulators." Here are some ways that data analytics and artificial intelligence are changing the pharmaceutical industry.


How Data Analytics And Artificial Intelligence Are Changing The Pharmaceutical Industry

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Whether your organization has already begun the necessary process of incorporating data analytics and artificial intelligence into pharmacy operations or it is undergoing a due diligence project to decide if it's time to implement a pharmacy technology upgrade initiative, one thing is for sure: Data analytics and artificial intelligence will have a tremendous impact on how pharmacies operate, both today and well into the future. Pharmacies that are early adopters of such technology will have strategic advantages over those pharmacies that choose to delay. Pharmacies that embrace pharmacy technology could generate a lot more money than pharmacies that don't. According to McKinsey (via TechEmergence), "Big data and machine learning in pharma and medicine could generate a value of up to $100 annually, based on better decision-making, optimized innovation, improved efficiency of research/clinical trials, and new tool creation for physicians, consumers, insurers and regulators." Here are some ways that data analytics and artificial intelligence are changing the pharmaceutical industry.