All articles by Sarah Williams

Sarah Williams

From the clinic to the patient: the future of pharma services

Phase 1, phase 2 and phase 3 – the three key stages of a drug’s journey to market – and…

Streamlining clinical trials: Q&A with Viedoc COO

Electronic data capture (EDC) empowers both clinical researchers and patients to manage trial data more efficiently. Unfortunately, EDC platforms are…

Meet the company taking pharma services into the next generation

25 years spent in an industry is time well spent, especially when it is in the pharmaceutical industry.  For Simon…

How a drug development plan can save your biotech money

The drug development industry has seen a major shift of clinical activity away from large pharmaceutical companies in favour of…

How to increase efficiency and agility in oncology trials

It’s no secret that pharmaceutical and clinical trial industries are reluctant to adapt to technological changes. This may, at least…

Healthcare 5.0 reimagined

It’s not difficult in 2020 to find news articles, reports and commentary exploring the concept of “healthcare 5.0”. It’s a…

Why going digital is the right step for the pharma industry

There are several factors at play that explain this reticence to accept change in the pharma industry. For one, regulatory…

Precision medical wire in pacemakers: living life at your own pace

Advancements in the medical device field have enabled more and more patients to improve their quality of life and regain control of what so many others take for granted. Pacemakers are life-changing and often life-saving electronic devices that are recommended for patients that have problems with a slow heart rate.

How medical-grade silicone can transform transdermal drug delivery

Delivering therapeutic drugs by applying substances to the skin is a practise that dates back thousands of years, but is…

How a digital approach to risk management is transforming the pharma industry

When it comes to simplifying clinical trials, the most important change companies can make is to embrace the 21st century…