Digital Health in Pharma: Exploring the Potential Impact

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Industry experts discuss how digital health is poised to disrupt the pharmaceutical industry and revolutionize the clinical trial process and medication adherence. Digital health – the use of wearables, sensors and applications to remotely collect valuable patient data – has the potential to entirely disrupt the pharmaceutical industry by providing new opportunities to leverage data in clinical trials; by helping companies bring a drug to market more efficiently and cost-effectively; and by improving patient care with enhanced medication adherence and compliance support.

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