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The content below contains the first few paragraphs of the printed article and the titles of the sidebars and boxes, if applicable. Although the pharma industry scored pretty low on a McKinsey scale of digital maturity, there is evidence that it is moving — perhaps only incrementally — toward a digital transformation that can streamline processes, generate collaboration, and coordinate data collection.
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The pharma sector, not surprisingly, is also lagging behind other industries in digital performance. It even trails other highly regulated businesses, such as banking at 32 and insurance at Our experts remain optimistic about an impending transformation, because frankly, most agree it will be the only way for the industry to survive.
One of the major pressures facing the industry is the rising cost of research and development, as well as the changing healthcare ecosystem that has patients and payers more focused on cost and value than ever before.
This is clearly unsustainable. A large company today, such as Merck, has to manage and coordinate operations across about 69, employees spread over more than countries. Digital tools can enable a more coordinated and aligned business process while the core mission of the industry stays the same: Cohen says healthcare mega-collaborations, such as Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, and JP Morgan, are instrumental in driving the charge to industry evolution.
She also notes that external disruption is starting to drive momentum. Schirmer, in an innovative move, some of the players in the biopharma space have embraced the hack mentality associated with Silicon Valley, which brings multi-discipline, diverse, and curious players together with clear direction and motivation to rapidly diagnose, discuss, debate, and create while constantly challenging and iterating along the way.
Cohen expects the industry will start buying technology companies so that they can bring those capabilities in-house.
This will drive forward a change in patient care for which the pharma industry must be ready. For example, Apple announced that with iOS These platforms will use artificial intelligence to not only populate medical records, but trove through massive cloud-based data sets in real time to provide guidance for the path of therapy.
Lindsay believes this example means that life-sciences organizations will have to adopt their real-world evidence practices to account for changes in data collection, new regulations in data privacy, and algorithm development.
While many are quick to name tech companies such as Google, Apple, and Amazon as disrupters of the healthcare industry, John Nosta, president of NostaLab, says there is still plenty of innovation happening within the traditionally defined life-sciences arena.
The real disruption is still coming from the pharmaceutical industry in the form of immuno-oncology and CRISPR, for example. He believes pharma will keep being pharma, and continue to do business just as it always has, but only now it will do business using more technology.
And even though patients, data analytics, and artificial intelligence will all play a role, the essential core of pharma will still be focused on the management of a clinical development pipeline around a disease category.
Now processes are electronic, but the industry did not fundamentally change its mission during this transition, which is being in the business to develop treatments. Technology, itself, holds big promise for pharma, in terms of understanding not only data, but also science, Mr.
Clinical drug development programs will similarly benefit as technology will improve the ability to screen molecules and to look at molecules in the context of a genomic parameter and not just a large population-based cohort, which will allow the industry to bring medicines to market that once failed for unique indications, he says.
Nosta also adds that the way disease is treated will change, which will provide rich therapeutic business opportunities for the pharmaceutical industry. For example, clinical science will eventually get to the point of stage zero medicine, which means finding disease earlier and earlier.
For instance, eventually researchers will be able to identify markers of early-stage subclinical cancer that can be measured with a nanoparticle or a dipstick urine test. We often think the best way to prevent disease is to stay healthy, be active, eat green leafy vegetables.
If pharma companies can more effectively tap into their proprietary product and patient safety data and combine this intelligence with real-world evidence, they will have a better understanding of the impact that their products have on patients, which will give them the ability to better position themselves in the market.
Technology solutions that leverage advanced analytics and artificial intelligence can enable pharmaceutical companies, payers, and providers to make sense of and gain insight from the combination of publicly available data as well as their own proprietary data.
Collaboration is Key to Transformation Perhaps the greatest asset to come out of the transformational period in pharma is the idea of collaboration.
Every thought leader we spoke to mentioned it as being one of the tools to survival in the coming years. Partnerships can help increase speed to market, generate new ideas from outside sources, or to turn vast amounts of big data into valuable data. A historically insular industry, pharma in the future will require companies to rely on others with different skillsets to mind its gaps.
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By co-developing a new solution, Watson for Patient Safety, that uses analytics and AI to improve drug safety monitoring practices, Celgene will be able to automate this cumbersome process.
This type of data is changing the face of science and medicine where collaboration is key, says Scott Martin, chair of the Clinical CSDR steering committee. The change in medicine that lends itself to collaboration is exponential medicine, Mr. And the speed at which the change is taking place is exponential change.
Of the three pillars of innovation — the idea, the evaluation of the idea, and bringing the idea to market — the idea may actually come from outside the conventional pharmaceutical industry.
It is the other two principles of innovation that pharma will play a role in — the clinical evaluation and market access. Consortiums such as TransCelerate, the nonprofit organization whose mission is to collaborate across the global biopharmaceutical research and development community to drive more efficient and effective delivery of new medicine, have paved the way for the industry.
When Novartis joined TransCelerate as the 19th biopharma company to come on board, Badhri Srinivasan, head, global development operations at Novartis and member of the TransCelerate board of directors, said in a company press release: Lindsay expects once the industry sees the power of collaboration, it will become even bolder and hence more exploratory on new business models that extend beyond their own organizations.
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