AI, Blockchain & Disruptive Technologies
The healthcare ecosystem is becoming increasingly more complex and distributed. From AI, Blockchain, Big Data, to Digital Health Technologies, healthcare systems and life sciences companies need to adapt to and embrace open systems that allow for complex and unstructured analysis of multiple data streams and the development of customer-centric services and solutions. Significant improvements in patient value and system efficiency gains can be achieved when digital solutions are viewed as an integrated end-to-end process.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is being touted as perhaps the most transformative force in healthcare, life sciences and biotechnology. AI is already transforming early disease detection, clinical decision making, diagnosis as well as research and development. While the growing evidence of the potential benefits of AI in healthcare grows and increasing funding enters the space, several challenges remain to widespread adoption and implementation.
Recent progress in the field of AI and Big Data have raised concerns regarding their ethical capacity to work in society’s interests. Recent advancements have led to the development of new laws and regulations governing the use of these technologies. However, legislation cannot solve everything, and fears over the outcome of legislative or regulatory restrictions can have a negative impact on stakeholders and society.
Our extensive expertise in international decision-making, policies, reforms, and regulation, as well as large scale public consultation and implementation leadership, coupled with our scientific experience and biopharmaceutical success, makes Pamanicor Health AG the ideal partner when it comes to AI, Big Data, Disruptive Technolgies and the rapidly evolving healthcare environment.
Blockchain technology is rapidly becoming one of the most important and disruptive technologies in healthcare. It can seamlessly position the patient at the center of the health care ecosystem. In addition, increase the security, privacy, and interoperability of health data.
Key benefits of Blockchain include for example:
- supporting the exchange of patient data
- authentication of patient records, drug traceability, genomics research and precision medicine, outcomes-based payments, validation and payment of claims and clinical trials
Located in the heart of Crypto Valley Europe, we are uniquely placed to help clients navigate this transformative technology.
Technology Enabled Health involves the interconnectivity of health technology, digital media and mobile devices. It can enable patients, caregivers and healthcare professionals to access data and information easily while improving the quality of care and outcomes for patients.
Today we are able to engage with patients in ways never imaged and learn about their disease and treatment needs. Meanwhile, the rise of Big Data and machine learning technologies hold enormous potential to help revolutionize healthcare and deliver more personalized solutions for patients.
We support clients navigating the evolving and often ambiguous landscape and evidence standards for digital health technologies.