MEDISCA | June 18, 2021
MEDISCA has chosen Creatio's low-code platform for process management and CRM, the company said today. MEDISCA, a global leader in pharmaceutical compounding, chose Creatio to speed up processes, improve market share among current partners, and boost revenue per employee.
MEDISCA assists pharmacists by supplying equipment, devices, and high-quality ingredients. MEDISCA has a good reputation in the pharmaceutical compounding business as an innovative and entrepreneurial company with 32 years of experience. The company's top priority is to automate processes throughout its sales, service, and marketing divisions and replace at least five disparate systems.
"We picked Creatio because of its unified low-code/no-code platform for process management and CRM, which will help us with our business and marketing demands," said Ekaterina Dobrokhotova, Director of Global Marketing. "We can manage the automation of our business processes with Creatio's low-code/no-code tools, giving us more control and flexibility over our operations. It also enables us to put more resources to more complicated, strategic tasks."
Creatio aims to assist companies in accelerating by providing solutions to quickly and easily automate business ideas. Creatio provides a modular approach to app development and process automation to help speed up processes even more. The out-of-the-box capacity of Creatio eliminates the need to build core modules for apps from scratch. Instead, its pre-configured modules provide similar basic functionalities required for several apps and can be useful to achieve new solutions more quickly.
Solutions Metrix is in charge of the system's implementation.
"In the increasingly competitive and rapidly evolving Pharmaceutical compounding market, we are excited to partner with MEDISCA to help them accelerate their growth and achieve strategic business objectives through the power of Creatio's industry-leading low-code/no-code platform," said Thomas James Stewart, Executive Vice-President & Managing Partner.
About Solutions Metrix
Since 2001, Solutions Metrix has been implementing globally known CRM platforms such as Creatio for the North American market across various industries and businesses of all sizes.
CRM consulting services from Solution Metrix focus on accelerating growth and accomplishing strategic business objectives for its partners/clients. Their team of seasoned Business & CRM Consultants will guarantee that every implementation is best practices focused and adapted to your company's specific business processes and needs, using a unique consultative approach & methodology that is ROI & user-adoption driven to assure success.
MEDISCA is the global leader in turnkey solutions for the pharmaceutical compounding industry and associated health care professionals. MEDISCA is committed to being a one-stop-shop for prescribers, pharmacists, and pharmacy technicians involved in personalized medicine by providing high-quality products, cutting-edge technology, industry-leading compounded support, and education through its partnership with LP3 Network. Founded in 1989, the company now has offices in Canada, the United States, and Australia, allowing it to serve the international market better.
Replica Analytics | June 30, 2022
Critical Path Institute and Replica Analytics, an Aetion company, announced a new partnership that involves leveraging synthetic data to further catalyze the generation of actionable solutions to accelerate drug development for rare diseases.
Replica Analytics will help generate synthetic datasets across rare and orphan indications in which patient-level datasets are often quite small, which heightens considerations regarding data privacy and accessibility.
Together with real data, these synthetic data will help maximize the utility of C-Path's Rare Disease Cures Accelerator-Data and Analytics Platform which provides a centralized and standardized infrastructure to support and accelerate rare disease characterization targeted to accelerate drug development. Additionally, the platform includes a framework that supports the rigorous conduct of natural history studies, with attention to established data quality standards, to be most useful to clinical trial design and regulatory review. It includes a robust, integrated database and analytics hub that allows for the aggregation of rare disease data from various sources and the efficient and effective interrogation of that data. Once added to RDCA-DAP, the synthetic data will also represent valuable real-world, electronic health record (EHR) based data available on the platform, opening doors to modeling and research based on longitudinal focused analyses.
"Our collaboration with Replica Analytics is important because synthetic data can add value to real-world data while observing data privacy considerations, which will help accelerate overall rare disease drug development. The goal of RDCA-DAP is to provide a centralized and standardized infrastructure to support and accelerate rare disease characterization and therapy development, this collaboration is in line with our efforts."
RDCA-DAP Scientific Director Alexandre Betourne, Pharm.D., Ph.D
Synthetic data generation is a privacy enhancing technology that has been gaining rapid adoption, particularly in the life sciences sector. SDG uses AI to create machine learning models that learn the statistical patterns and properties of real datasets to generate data that retain the same characteristics as the original dataset, but with no one-to-one mapping back to an identifiable person. SDG can help amplify small datasets, simulate virtual patients to augment patients in existing datasets, and optimize the design of small sample clinical trials.
"We are certainly seeing a growing opportunity to partner with organizations like C-Path for generating datasets that are fit-for-purpose," says Khaled El Emam, Ph.D., SVP and GM of Replica Analytics. "Synthetic data, which preserves the integrity and utility of source data, as well as being privacy-protective, can be a very valuable tool to enable this collaboration."
In May 2022, C-Path hosted a webinar in which the Replica Analytics team introduced SDG and discussed the role the technology can play in researching and treating rare diseases. The event was recorded and can be viewed on C-Path's YouTube channel.
Critical Path Institute is an independent, non-profit organization established in 2005 as a public and private partnership. C-Path's mission is to catalyze the development of new approaches that advance medical innovation and regulatory science, accelerating the path to a healthier world. An international leader in forming collaborations, C-Path has established numerous global consortia that currently include more than 1,600 scientists from government and regulatory agencies, academia, patient organizations, disease foundations, and hundreds of pharmaceutical and biotech companies. C-Path U.S. is headquartered in Tucson, Arizona, C-Path in Europe is headquartered in Amsterdam, Netherlands and C-Path Ltd. operates from Dublin, Ireland with additional staff in multiple other locations.
Critical Path Institute is supported by the Food and Drug Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and is 54.2% funded by the FDA/HHS, totaling $13,239,950, and 45.8% funded by non-government sources, totaling $11,196,634. The contents are those by the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement by, FDA/HHS or the U.S. Government.
About Replica Analytics, an Aetion company
Replica Analytics is the premier science-based SDG technology provider to the healthcare industry. The company a pioneer in the development of unique technologies for generating privacy-protective synthetic data that maintain the statistical properties of real-world data. The company was acquired in late 2021 by Aetion, the leading regulatory-grade real-world evidence technology provider. Replica Synthesis software provides a full suite of synthetic data generation and evaluation capabilities that can solve multiple grand challenges facing the life sciences industry, and health research in general.
Aetion is a healthcare analytics company that delivers real-world evidence for the manufacturers, purchasers, and regulators of medical treatments and technologies. The Aetion Evidence Platform® analyzes data from the real world to produce transparent, rapid, and scientifically validated answers on safety, effectiveness, and value. Founded by Harvard Medical School faculty members with decades of experience in epidemiology and health outcomes research, Aetion informs healthcare's most critical decisions—what works best, for whom, and when—to guide product development, commercialization, and payment innovation.
IDBS | December 07, 2020
IDBS, a product informatics arrangement supplier for biotech and pharma, today reported the dispatch of Polar™, building up another item classification, BioPharma Lifecycle Management (BPLM), pointed toward smoothing out medication advancement and assembling in biopharma research.
The advancement of biologics is a unique cycle and the individuals who are best should have the option to adjust to changes in cycle or innovation quickly. IDBS information has discovered that without compelling BPLM, the advancement of a biologic can take as long as three years longer than it should, which impacts the two patients and an organization's primary concern. Despite the fact that biopharma organizations perceive the requirement for proficiency, quality and information honesty, most are as yet losing time to paper records, Excel and other specially appointed frameworks that defer results and endanger measure understanding and quality. Without more productive frameworks, organizations will keep on creating irreproducible outcomes, which prompts rehashed work, inability to separate experiences and postpones development.
"Putting up a medication for sale to the public is an unpredictable cycle which proceeds with post-commercialization," said Umay Saplakoglu, Chief Digital Officer at Cytiva. "A significant test today is that information that is created all through the periods of disclosure doesn't generally get moved and rather exists in storehouses – in hardware, in somebody's scratch pad or in an information base. There are no communitarian stages where you can dissect the information and draw experiences from it. This remaining parts probably the greatest test confronting industry today."
Polar™ is intended to be quickly sent to explain work process, measure quality, joint effort and information investigation challenges that have pained presently accessible programming arrangements including LIMS and ELN. It will decrease manual information preparing and record, prompting less human mistakes and improved generally speaking precision, and incorporates complete pursuit capacities that help clients find what they are searching for, diminishing the need to pointlessly copy measures. Besides, by making a profoundly contextualized information spine that underpins the entire improvement lifecycle, Polar™ offers out-of-the-crate understanding and investigation, assisting organizations with understanding the advantages of demonstrating and reproduction, helping drive development and decrease time-to-showcase.
Polar™, will empower organizations to all the more viably explore the complexities and failures of the medication advancement lifecycle, while receiving the groundbreaking rewards that come from a well curated cycle and quality information spine.