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Blogs by

Susan Rafizadeh

“We do healthcare like [it’s] the middle ages. That’s how the current state of healthcare was described at the first SAP Personalized Medicine Forum that took place on July 6-7, 2016 in Bonn, Germany. To

Two of the top reasons for the life sciences industry to settle to Europe is a well-developed and maintained infrastructure, and a highly educated workforce able to drive R&D and excellence in manufacturing. In a

Around the world, patients needs boil down to 3 things. They need access to affordable drugs and devices. They need the best personalized therapy that delivers the highest probability for success. They need to be

When choosing additional SAP solutions, many of our customers aim to leveraging prior investments into their existing SAP landscape. But what about companies starting from zero? Steve Adamo, Executive Director with Merck & Co. Inc.

The life sciences industry is poised for massive changes as Joe Miles pointed out in his recent blog. Technology will enable making the change real. For example, the IoT alone can change the way life

After two days of marathons of walking, talking, learning, and networking, you might think that on day 3 of the show the energy level would decrease a bit at the industry campus at SAPPHIRE NOW.

The need: Providing life-saving, high quality products from production to service efficiently Physicians, hospitals and care providers across the world rely on high quality drugs and medical devices to deliver exceptional care. With growing amount

Digital transformation in pharma, medical devices and biotech companies is one of the hottest industry topics this year. No big surprise, as digitization enables much closer collaboration within the health sciences network, innovate and operate

The Life Sciences industry is changing dramatically, for many reasons. Not only patent expirations are a driving force behind this. The needs from patients and care providers are rapidly evolving. For example, patients are hyper-connected

Internet of Things (IoT), health wearables and health apps can undoubtedly improve the collaboration between physicians, patients and payers. Sensors can continuously measure body traits such as blood sugar, body weight, electrodermal activities of the