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Category: cancer care

  • Collaborate to simplify cancer trials and accelerate post-pandemic recovery

    How could simplifying the administration of clinical trials help cancer diagnosis, care, and treatment levels to exceed pre-pandemic levels? Amanda Barrell reports from the ABPI Scotland cancer roundtable discussion. Work to get Scotland’s cancer services back to full strength following the pandemic has already begun, and the pharmaceutical industry has pledged to play its part. […]

  • How Mount Sinai is using tech to support cancer patients amid the pandemic

    The New York City-based health system implemented Current Health’s remote patient monitoring solution to enhance its cancer care services. Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, cancer care has been severely delayed, and the health system aims to provide more consistent care to this patient group through the new solution.

  • Unlocking health data to improve oncology outcomes

    As the largest single-payer healthcare system in Europe, the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) has a uniquely beneficial health data and real-world evidence (RWE) environment. It’s one that has global potential to improve patient outcomes but efforts to harness the true potential of these information flows are only just beginning. The foundation for this is […]