Tag Archives: data

EDs should tailor clinical decision support to avoid antibiotic overprescribing, data suggests

A unique set of factors of the emergency department makes standard Clinical Decision Support (CDS) systems not as effective in helping to reduce antibiotic overprescribing in that environment, according to findings from the University of Colorado College of Nursing at the Anschutz Medical Campus. Antimicrobial resistance is a major public health concern, accounting for 2.8… Read More »

ESMO: New Trodelvy breast, bladder cancer data show why Gilead’s going big for Immunomedics

Compared with the spate of multibillion-dollar buyouts last year, biopharma M&A has been relatively quiet in 2020—until last week, when Gilead Sciences surprised the market with its $ 21 billion purchase of Immunomedics. Now, two sets of new cancer data from Immunomedics’ first-in-class antibody-drug conjugate Trodelvy offer a glimpse into why Gilead paid such big money… Read More »

From “Unmanaged to Managed”: How Legacy Data Archiving Is Making an Impact

Lorri Page-Santacruz, Director of Enterprise Architecture, Northern Light Health For most organizations, legacy data archiving isn’t considered a top-tier project; it often takes a backseat to EHR implementations or other major initiatives. That, however, may not be the case for much longer. As mergers and acquisitions continue to rise, the ability to migrate data in… Read More »

Coronavirus: Data needed quicker to target local outbreaks, say doctors

The government must provide vital data more quickly to local authorities to help them deal with Covid-19 spikes in their areas, doctors say. The comments from the British Medical Association follow criticism about the length of time it took to get testing data to officials in Leicester. The city is the first to experience a… Read More »