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New On Demand Dr. Nick: The Incrementalist: With guest Laura Fernandes, PhD, Senior Statistical Director at COTA, who provide real-world data and analytics to help health systems expedite cancer research and standardize cancer patient care, and empowers life sciences companies to accelerate drug development and regulatory approvals for life-saving cancer drugs and treatments.
Latest announcements made from companies and organizations on hiring include Henry Schein, Inc., Mangrove Management Partners, Transaction Data Systems, Dina, Yuvo Health, SteadyMD, Vicarious Surgical Inc., COTA, Inc., 4medica, Virsys12, Let’s Talk Interactive, Caravan Health, & Healthmark Industries.
Latest announcements made from companies and organizations on hiring include CipherHealth, American Medical Association, Zelis, eHealth Technologies, Curebase, COTA, LexisNexis Risk Solutions, NYeC, UpStream Healthcare, Lumeon, and Clover Health.
Latest announcements made from companies and organizations on hiring include epocrates, Availity, COTA, Inc., Pager, Intelerad Medical Systems, Aledade, NAACOS, Kipu Health, CareSpan Health Inc., CentralReach, GlobalMed, Meditech, Trusted Health, & HealthAxis.
Our monthly roundup of surveys and reports from around the industry. This month, will we ever see the end of the pandemic? Digital health and the most wired hospitals. Oncologist believe real world data will accelerate cancer research. And Americans want home to be the center of their health.
IBM Watson Health, Cota, and Hackensack Meridian Health, an integrated healthcare system in New Jersey, announced a collaboration to pilot a combination of IBM Watson and Cota technology for the first time.
By Sarianne Gruber – COTA, Inc. started as home grown database by and for the internal team of John Theurer Cancer Center (JTCC) oncologists and hematologists to help them access patient data for research. Even though patient data was starting to be funneled through the electronic medical records and ICD-9 (and ICD-10) codes label the general disease, there was no functionality in place to bridge the information into a meaningful platform.
By Sarianne Gruber – An Interview with Dr. Stuart Goldberg a Hematologist/Oncologist and COTA Board member, and learning what it took to cross the data frontier starting with the gaps in information access to evolving into an information focal point for physicians, patients and payers.