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Access to data and key information for the purpose of Analytics has been a constant in the Pharmaceutical / Life Sciences / Health Care industries, and this has been true for a great deal of time. Recent industry challenges such as declining R&D productivity, increased levels of regulatory and payer scrutiny, declining sales, blockbusters going off patent, and the need to reduce healthcare costs while improving patient care etc. have only served to dramatically increase the importance of Data Sciences Analytics as a prerequisite for efficient delivery of Life Sciences and Health Care products and services.
This webinar discusses Data Sciences Analytics and the new Analytics Paradigm from an overall industry perspective along with a discussion of the MaxisIT Common Services Analytics Framework and Data Sciences Analytics Workbench functionality which MaxisIT will be implementing within its CTRenaissance® suite of clinical solutions and how the functionality is used to oversee the presentation and availability of data that will support and drive Data Sciences initiatives across the Health Care & Life Sciences industries, including Predictive Analytics.
The new Analytics & Reporting paradigm expects to be able to access additional types of data such as Claims Data, EMRs, patient behavior data, Imaging data, Cost Data etc., which have recently emerged alongside the “traditional” forms of Clinical Data produced by R&D processes. These new types of formats are available for integration and aggregation across the entire Data Sciences Analytics spectrum.
To execute this new breed of Analytics, the Role of the Data Scientist has surfaced and become more visible and important within Health Care & Life Sciences organizations. Data Scientists expand upon the more-familiar Business Analyst role by exploring and examining data located in disparate standardized and non-standardized, structured and non-structured, and internal / external data sources, with the intention of looking at data from many perspectives in order to uncover a previously hidden insight, which in turn can lead to a competitive advantage or address a pressing business problem.