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Advances in technology are providing opportunities for Life Sciences companies to leverage these technologies and reach customers in new ways, collect healthcare data from new devices and improve operational efficiency. As an example, Life Sciences companies can now leverage or integrate wearable or personal devices (e.g., mHealth) to diagnose and alert patients to take medications based on diagnostic results or timing and improve medication adherence. Clinical trial visits to sites to collect vitals can be reduced or optimized using home based devices and smart phones. In addition, Digital Health is now being adopted by Silicon Valley and consumer technology firms such as Google™, Apple™ and Facebook™ as they launch consumer heathcare products and services.

The 21st Century Cures Act which was signed into law last year governs aspects of Digital Health, which will add a compliance layer to Digital Health models of the future.

These new approaches result in new challenges for Life Sciences companies that include patient privacy, data integration, reliability of devices and connectivity, user adoption and skill levels, compliance and alignment to technology changes (e.g., wireless and Bluetooth technologies, smartphone operating systems, etc.) and real-time data collection and integration capabilities. It also provides opportunities to better monitor patients (remote patient monitoring), enable treatment adherence, leverage early warnings and alerts, and reduce long term medical costs.

Trexin can help Life Sciences companies with the technology roadmap, selection, prototyping and implementation including the integration of the data and the insights that can be derived from digital health technologies. Trexin can also help establish innovation programs and models to help companies establish a sustainable program to support idea generation through prototyping and execution.

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Help me develop a digital health strategy & prototype

Life Sciences companies need to have an integrated Digital Health strategy to plan for the “internet of things” ecosystem of devices and wearables that will form part of the future healthcare ecosystem. The new Digital Health ecosystem will involve consumer devices, specialized medical devices, smart phones, home care devices, diagnostic devices and monitors, and drug delivery devices while also enabling new services such as remote patient monitoring, patient adherence, patient and caregiver engagement and education.

Areas of Expertise:

  • Digital Health Strategy
  • Innovation
  • Data Strategy
  • Technology Architecture & Roadmap
  • Internet of Things

Help me implement digital health solutions & insights

Implementing an ecosystem of digital health tools, platforms and services is a daunting task for any company. Trexin can help not only develop the architecture, roadmap and strategy but implement the solution, potentially working with your partners. Our collaborative model enables us to work with your partners while leveraging our leadership and delivery capabilities.

We can integrate the different parts of the ecosystem from different solution providers, and enable a digital health solution through data and insights for a complete feedback loop model.

Areas of Expertise:

  • Digital Health
  • Ecosystem Integration
  • Data & Analytics
  • Internet of Things

Help me develop & enable a data strategy

In a future of multiple consumer and medical devices and data sources, Life Sciences companies need to develop a data strategy that helps enable them to leverage the future healthcare ecosystem. A key requirement will be to acquire, integrate and derive insights from these data sources, sometimes in real time (for example to enable patient alerts). Life Sciences companies must have a robust “future ready” data strategy that includes new sources of data, new methods to acquire, curate and integrate data, new technologies to enable data, new ways to use and monetize the data and new regulations to comply with.

Areas of Expertise:

  • Digital Health
  • Data Strategy
  • Internet of Things
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