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Drug Development Process + Product Research

Simplifying the Drug Development Process with Expert Insights and Product Research Solutions

In an industry as competitive as the pharmaceutical industry, innovation is the best strategy for success. Unfortunately, innovation in this industry is a challenging process. The drug development process is a long, taxing, and exhaustive process, regardless of the size of a company. Although the process becomes easier with more available resources, workforce, and a better understanding of the regulatory requirements, many major pharma companies may still struggle to complete the process without experts’ guidance.

The drug development process across the world is divided into various phases, starting from drug discovery to post-marketing safety surveillance. There are five phases of drug development in the United States, including discovery, research, and acquiring regulatory approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Many top pharmaceutical companies leverage market research services and product research solutions to ensure an effective drug development process. In this article, Infiniti’s experts discuss the five phases of the drug development process and the value of product research services during each phase.

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Five Phases of the Drug Development Process and How Infiniti’s Product Research Services Can Help

Infiniti’s experts analyzed the drug development process in the US pharmaceutical process and identified the following five phases of drug development:

Discovery and Development

The first phase of the drug development process is the discovery of a hit compound. Academic and industry scientists identify a potential target for any disease and aim to discover and develop a compound that can alter the druggable target activity. A target is considered druggable if it can be changed or treated by therapeutic agents. Various screening methods such as phenotypic screening or fragment-based screening are then used to identify a hit compound, and the effect of the said compound is analyzed. Multiple hit compounds may be used to address the same or various druggable targets for a disease. To determine the drug candidate that the scientists choose to take forward as a clinical candidate, they must ensure that it affects the selective target, generates the desired effect, and has adequate bioavailability. Additionally, it must have a toxicity profile, manufacturing suitability, and cost-effectiveness.

Product research solutions enable companies to evaluate and understand this phase of discovery and development. With advice from Infiniti’s product research experts, companies gain in-depth insights into the scalability of the clinical candidate and illustrative guidance regarding the cost-effectiveness of their drug. Additionally, with data-driven insights, scientists can identify unmet needs and target the ideal population, and companies can analyze competitors’ targets.  

Preclinical Research

The second phase of drug development involves proving the efficacy and safety of the drug candidate. In vitro and in vivo testing methods are utilized to study the candidate’s biological effects. This includes testing animal models and evaluating the impact on a species with a similar genetic makeup. To acquire approval from regulatory bodies, such as the US FDA, it is crucial to conduct this research while considering species-specific physiology and sex-specific responses in the animals. The FDA provides a specific set of regulations for the second phase of the drug development process. These regulations include basic requirements for personnel, facilities, equipment, and more. While preclinical studies are short, they must provide information regarding toxicity and dosing levels. This helps the researchers determine if the drug candidate meets preclinical requirement levels and can be tested on human subjects.

With guidance from product research experts, researchers and companies can attain crucial information regarding regulatory requirements. They can also understand the strategies, technologies, and equipment leveraged by their competitors, and always remain a step ahead. Additionally, product research solutions can enable companies to identify gaps in their offerings or operations and address them by developing data-driven strategies.

Clinical Research

Designing an effective clinical trial requires rigorous research, planning, and studying. Researchers must develop a specific protocol or plan, review preliminary information about the clinical candidate, and accordingly develop research questions and objectives. This information helps the researchers decide various important factors, such as selection criteria, number of participants, length of the study, administration and dosages, methods of collection, and data analysis. One of the crucial stages of the clinical research phase is submitting an Investigational New Drug (IND) Application. There are three kinds of IND applications, investigator, emergency use, and treatment. The FDA team has 30 days to review the IND application and respond in one of two ways, approval, or a clinical hold to delay or stop the investigation. The clinical research stage of the drug development process has between three to four phases within it, which depends on the protocol decided by the researcher. Obtaining guidance from the FDA at this stage of the process is possible, including extensive technical assistance, if a drug developer chooses to leverage the aid.

Infiniti’s product research experts can enable companies to design an effective clinical trial protocol, gain a comprehensive understanding of the FDA guidance and approval requirements. Further, researchers can analyze and evaluate the factors being taken into consideration regarding the clinical trial design with expert guidance. Additionally, the drug developers will receive recommendations and directions regarding the crucial IND application.

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Drug Development Process + Product Research

FDA Drug Review

Once a researcher or company has evidence regarding the drug’s safety and efficacy, they may file a New Drug Application (NDA) to market the drug with the FDA. This application includes all the relevant data from the preclinical and clinical research phases. The application should consist of details regarding the proposed labeling, safety updates, drug abuse information, patent information, directions for use, and more. The FDA then reviews all the details of the application. In the case that the application is incomplete, they will refuse to file the NDA. If it is complete, the FDA review team can take between 6 to 10 months to review the drug and the data and decide to approve it. This process includes a thorough review of each section by the relevant team member, routine inspections of clinical study sites across the country, and the compilation of all reviews and documents into an “action package.” Often, there is a set of issues that need to be resolved before the FDA approves the drug. In certain cases, resolution may include conducting more studies, at which point the drug developers can decide if they want to complete the drug development process. In particular situations, the FDA may approach their advisory committees for independent, expert inputs and advice, including a representative to provide the patient perspective.

Infiniti’s product research solutions can enable drug developers to ensure the NDA is complete and qualifies for all the regulatory requirements. Additionally, our experts can provide researchers with crucial information regarding other patents in the market and the patent process. Product research solutions also help developers understand the patient’s perspective, ensure that their drug fulfills unmet needs, and is positively received by patients and representatives.

Approval and Post-Marketing Safety Surveillance

Once a drug has been approved, and companies begin manufacturing and marketing, the FDA continues to survey the drug in the market. This includes the announced or unannounced inspection of manufacturing facilities and regulations regarding prescription drug advertisements and promotional labeling. The post-marketing safety surveillance aims to evaluate the long-term efficacy and safety of the drug, potential problems that could arise outside of a controlled environment, and possible use for unapproved conditions. The FDA also has various programs that allow professionals, consumers, and manufacturers to report any issues associated with a drug. Additionally, the introduction of the Sentinel Initiative enables the FDA to use major existing electronic health databases to spot safety issues easily.

Product research solutions enable drug developers to stay a step ahead of the FDA regulations and ensure their drug meets all the requirements. Infiniti’s experts can also guide companies regarding the compounds, packagers, and manufacturers to ensure post-marketing safety with well-researched insights. Manufacturers can also learn about the ideal equipment and technologies for manufacturing the drug and the FDA regulatory requirements.

Final Thoughts

Infiniti’s product research solutions can enable companies to overcome the difficult drug development process’s various challenges. Our experts provide insights regarding regulatory requirements, ideal technologies, competitors’ strategies and patents, and consumers’ unmet needs. This offers companies and researchers a substantial strategic advantage, a clear plan through the five phases, and the post-marketing and manufacturing stages. With expert insights, experienced advice, and crucial data, drug developers can prepare, implement, and complete an efficient and safe drug development process.

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Pharmaceutical Value Chain + Market Intelligence

Restoring Normalcy in the Pharmaceutical Value Chain: The Impact of COVID-19 and the Next Step to Success

The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged industries, countries, and governments endlessly over recent months. The spread of the virus has led to a range of issues that impact the foundation and functioning of business operations, GDPs’, and supply chains. All industries are now working towards recovery, and the pharmaceutical industry is attempting to regain control and functionality across the pharmaceutical value chain.

The pharmaceutical value chain includes every component and every process from manufacturer to end-consumer. This includes, but is not limited to, manufacturing, acquiring regulatory approval, import and export, distribution, and retail. The safety regulations, nationwide lockdowns, and transportation disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic are among the biggest factors impacting the pharmaceutical value chain.

Pharmaceutical companies have attempted to develop more streamlined processes and taken various initiatives prior to the COVID-19 pandemic due to the pharmaceutical value chain’s fragmented nature. However, few have succeeded, and the different strategies utilized by companies did not protect the value chain from the hard-hitting impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

As the pharmaceutical industry focuses its effort towards recovering the pharmaceutical value chain, companies must understand the impact of the pandemic. Therefore, in this article, Infiniti’s market intelligence experts detail the effects of the COVID-19 crisis on the pharmaceutical value chain. Additionally, they discuss the best path to recovery for pharmaceutical companies and highlight the value of market intelligence solutions in this attempt to return to normalcy.

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Impact of COVID-19 on the Pharmaceutical Value Chain

As is the case with most industries, there have been innumerable problems posed by the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic in the pharmaceutical value chain. However, three major segments have been severely impacted and will need the most focus and recovery strategies from pharmaceutical companies. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the pharmaceutical value chain can be witnessed in the following three segments:

Pharmaceutical Value Chain + Market Intelligence

APIs and the Dependence on APAC Countries

The pharmaceutical industry’s raw material supply chain was disrupted by the high dependence of pharmaceutical companies on China and India. The two APAC countries source a majority segment of the active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs), intermediates, and reagents required by pharma companies. Since China was the first infected country, the raw material supply chain was slightly challenged. However, the spread of the virus has impacted India severely and caused a major disruption in the pharmaceutical value chain.

While China is on the path to recovery and is attempting to return to normalcy, India has many obstacles to overcome before it can successfully overcome the impact of the COVID-19 crisis. Restoring operations and recovering from the effects of the pandemic will cost the pharmaceutical value chain a substantial amount of time and effort due to this factor.

Logistics and Distribution Challenges

Countries across the globe have announced nationwide lockdowns and severely limited domestic and international transportation. Although this step was crucial for the containment of this deadly virus, it has led to major logistical challenges across industries. The pharmaceutical value chain has been similarly impacted due to transportation and distribution limitations.

The fragmented nature of the pharmaceutical value chain is one of the reasons the transportation restrictions are impacting the industry severely. The process involves the procurement of various raw materials from different locations in the APAC, North American, and European regions. Additionally, the manufacturing, packaging, distribution, and retailing are conducted in various areas. With the continuous spread of the virus and government restrictions on population movement and transportation, pharmaceutical companies need to evaluate their distribution and logistics strategies to maintain business continuity.

Paused Clinical Trials and the Drug Development Process

A large number of clinical trials worldwide have been suspended, postponed, or halted since the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic. Stakeholders consider this the most impacted segment in the pharma industry. Due to the need for social distancing, the limitations on transport, and the requirements of new hygiene protocols, conducting clinical trials and collecting real-world evidence has been challenging for pharma companies. The halting of clinical trials translates into a delay in the development and time-to-market for various therapies and drugs.

Simultaneously, pharmaceutical companies are struggling to conduct clinical trials to develop a vaccine for the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which causes COVID-19. However, they face challenges finding ideal candidates and carrying out their clinical trials despite the various limitations. Pharma companies and governments are working towards digitalizing the clinical trial process with innovative alternatives such as telemedicine and mailing trial drugs. Efficiently digitalizing, and overcoming the various challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic will help companies develop a vaccine and fast-track recovery worldwide.

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How can Market Intelligence Solutions help Pharmaceutical Companies Overcome the Impact of COVID-19?

Pharmaceutical companies need a series of solutions to assist them in their attempt to recover from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The pharmaceutical value chain has been significantly disrupted through 2020, and by re-establishing normalcy soon, companies can minimize the long-term implications of the pandemic across the value chain.

Infiniti’s market intelligence solutions can provide companies with insights, guidance, and strategies to help their industry recover as quickly as possible. There are various crucial factors that pharma companies must focus on during the process of recovery, and Infiniti’s market intelligence solutions can help them adapt and recuperate as required. Our market intelligence experts can help pharma companies and the pharmaceutical value chain in the following crucial ways:

  • Companies must improve transparency on the various levels of the supply chain and identify alternative sources for the different raw materials or services that are unavailable. Infiniti’s demand planning solutions enable companies to provide visibility into their operations and supply chains required to make real-time decisions and keep stakeholders informed.
  • There is also an increasing need for companies to analyze their inventory, estimate the available inventory across the value chain, and attempt to continue production and delivery to customers. With Infiniti’s inventory management solutions, companies can try to fulfill customers’ demands despite the disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Pharmaceutical companies must also focus on understanding and strategizing for the changing demands of their consumers. With social distancing and new hygiene protocols, consumers have been less likely to renew their prescriptions. Infiniti’s demand management solutions can enable companies to predict, plan, and meet customer demands accurately.

The pharmaceutical industry can successfully recover the pharmaceutical value chain with efficient planning, management, and strategizing. Infiniti’s market intelligence solutions provide companies with the data-driven insights and expert guidance they require to efficiently overcome the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic across the value chain.

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Pharmaceutical manufacturing

Winning in Emerging Markets: What Big Pharma Companies Must Do

Emerging markets are highly promising and offer a plethora of opportunities for pharmaceutical companies. As a result, there is an unprecedented increase in the number of companies in the life sciences industry that are turning to emerging markets such as Brazil, India, and China to set up their businesses. Pharma industry experts at Infiniti Research believe that big pharma companies that are innovative and advanced in terms of manufacturing, logistics and distribution, and understanding customer needs are more likely to gain an edge over the others in these coveted markets. Despite several efforts, some big pharma companies often fail to gain a major foothold in these regions. This issue occurs due to several reasons. Sometimes, new entrants in the big pharma market discover that operating and selling in emerging markets can be challenging due to market access requirements including manufacturing, logistics, and supply chain can be complex. Furthermore, unfavorable regulatory environment, dynamic pricing and reimbursement practices, and talent management challenges also pose major challenges for big pharma companies in emerging markets.

In this article, Pharma industry experts at Infiniti Research share some of the key strategies that big pharma companies can use to succeed in new and emerging markets.

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How big pharma can compete effectively in emerging markets

Big pharma companiesOne of the primary steps in establishing and executing a growth strategy for big pharma companies involve identifying commonalities across markets. These commonalities must support cost-effective approaches while taking into account the unique regulatory constraints and consumer attributes of different regions. Here are three key approaches for big pharma companies to capitalize on attractive opportunities in emerging markets.

Group customers into clusters

Customer submarkets in emerging countries can be identified within a national or regional market by analyzing and grouping consumers who have common health needs. Creating customer clusters in emerging markets will help big pharma companies to identify various customer challenges in the market and create tailored solutions to cater to the needs of these groups.

Identify cross-border commonalities

Constricting emerging market entry to national boundaries is a common mistake that big pharma companies make. An approach that is too focused on national or regional boundaries could mean that customer similarities across markets are not being sufficiently leveraged to create solutions that can move across borders. Identifying cross-border insights can enable big pharma companies to serve groups or clusters of customers more effectively and efficiently.

Timely and cost-effective execution

Given the fact that most life sciences companies operate in functional silos, executing solutions across markets in a timely and cost-effective manner could prove challenging. Therefore, big pharma companies must focus on creating a single, coherent strategy rather than trying to coordinate separate strategies. Two capabilities that are especially critical when planning the rapid execution of an emerging-market strategy include developing the ability to understand and to get close to the customer and improving the risk management capabilities.

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pharmaceutical market research

Pharmaceutical Market Research: A Linchpin for Success in the Pharma Industry

Pharmaceutical companies are experiencing an industry slowdown. Amidst this, many players in the sector are seeking to transform their R&D engine into a source of competitive advantage in order to thrive. In such cases, effective pharmaceutical market research is paramount. Furthermore, current medicines are reaching saturation levels, making it even more crucial for pharma companies to invest in better drug development through comprehensive pharmaceutical market research. To gain reliable results and understand the actual needs of the target consumers, pharmaceutical market research must encompass data relating to potential success rates for new drugs as well as determine what factors affect pharma sales. Pharmaceutical market research ideally comprises early, pre-launch, launch, and post-launch market research.

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Why is pharmaceutical market research important?

No matter how much companies in the pharma industry invest into a new drug development or how innovative the drug is, it becomes completely ineffective if the drug does not satisfy the needs of the target audience. Pharmaceutical market research provides insights into the demands in the target market and how to enhance the overall healthcare market experience. Pharma market research also helps in:

  • Understanding the market and competition
  • Targeting the right customers
  • Designing a unique value proposition
  • Determining the most profitable market strategy
  • Testing the product efficacy
  • Tracking the drug cycle

Essentials for effective pharmaceutical market research

pharmaceutical market researchGather customer feedback

It is an integral part of pharmaceutical market research to conduct a wide variety of surveys and research studies across all customer types to help identify and prioritize which issues will have the biggest impact on the company’s success. This includes physician satisfaction surveys, product satisfaction surveys, and patient pre-and post-clinical trial surveys.

The pharmaceutical industry is quite different from other consumer lead industries. Therefore, pharmaceutical market research forms the basis for everything from product development to marketing. Get in touch with our experts to know more about our pharmaceutical market research services.

Broad horizons

Although it may be easy for organizations and researchers to look to large companies for data, it is always advisable to consider bringing in data from small life science organizations as well. The more data gathered with the use of surveys and other data collection tools, the more accurate will be the business decisions.

Assess the market thoroughly

This involves picking the right environment in which to market a drug is critical. Disease patterns, political turmoil, economic stability, and market size/segmentation and operating conditions are just a few of the key factors affecting a company’s overall success with a product. Pharmaceutical market research can highlight any obstacles or opportunities that might disturb or encourage favorable outcomes.

Monitor customer feedback at different touchpoints

Provide a variety of ways for customers to share their comments and offer multiple feedback channels to improve both the quantity and quality of the feedback received. Ensure that customer sentiment is measured and monitored across all consumer support channels, as this kind of feedback is often provided ‘in the moment’ when opinions shared are most accurate. Moreover, feedback can also make a strong contribution to the development and evaluation of new initiatives, so remember to reference insight gathered when considering a new project.

Compliance and regulatory requirements

It is not only important to collaborate with consultants and various business leaders in relevant industries while collecting data, but also vital to get their input once the data is collected as well. Different perspectives, educational, and professional backgrounds provide insight into data analysis that may be helpful when moving ahead with pharmaceutical market research.

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Pharmaceutical manufacturing

IoT in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing: How it will Make a Difference

Internet of things (IoT) has the power to revolutionize pharmaceutical manufacturing in everything ranging from drug discovery to remote patient access and monitoring. Top pharma companies around the globe are increasingly adopting IoT technologies in their manufacturing plants in an effort to achieve optimization and improve process efficiency. Earlier, different data formats for different processes in a pharmaceutical manufacturing plant made data access and interpretation a significant challenge for effective communication. IoT technologies enable standardization within a pharmaceutical manufacturing plant by effectively connecting network, equipment, and systems across the plant. Furthermore, Pharma companies can also use IoT technologies to gain access to real-time data and visibility of operations through the entire manufacturing process. Here’s a detailed look on how IoT will transform pharmaceutical manufacturing.

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IoT in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

Pharmaceutical manufacturingIndustrial mechanics and maintenance

Although the use of industrial monitoring devices are already widespread in the pharmaceutical industry, real-time status information is yet to be widely available. Using pharma IoT monitoring sensors companies can instantaneously feed all relevant facility data into a single dashboard, alerting a supervisor in case of any abnormal conditions or urgent maintenance requirements. IoT in pharmaceutical manufacturing will also enable handling critical conditions remotely.

Managing pharma supply chain

Once the drugs leave the manufacturing plant, they travel through different modes of transport and may be subject to varying temperatures and weather conditions. Although in most cases care is undertaken to maintain the packages within the prescribed temperatures, chances of variations during transit cannot be completely ruled out. IoT can be helpful in such situations to provide real-time data to manufacturers every step of the way with improved supply chain visibility. The temperature changes or any damage to the products will be immediately notified to the manufacturers and determine whether the drugs are fit to sell or not.

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Controlling drug manufacturing environment

In pharmaceutical manufacturing, sub-optimal environmental conditions can often prove to be fatal. However, this obstacle can be easily handled with the help of IoT. Pharma IoT establishes transparency in drug production and storage environment by allowing multiple sensors to monitor environmental indicators such as temperature, humidity, radiation, and light in real-time.

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Market Assessment

Pharma 2020: Key Pharma Industry Trends to Watch Out For

The pharma industry is undergoing a myriad of changes. Therefore, success in today’s pharmaceutical marketplace largely depends on companies’ ability to continually reassess strategic direction, move with agility, and anticipate and adapt to changes. Businesses must not only keep a close watch on the pharma industry trends, but equal emphasis should be given to tackling the upcoming challenges. Some of the key challenges identified during our pharma industry analysis include:

  • Increasing instances of chronic diseases are placing greater pressure on the healthcare budgets
  • Healthcare policy makers are increasing pressure on doctors regarding what to prescribe
  • Growing demand for medicines in emerging economies
  • Regulators are becoming increasingly cautious while approving new and innovative medicines
  • Pharma-economic performance is measured in order to insist on outcome-based pricing

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Pharma industry trends

Despite these challenges, there are several exciting pharma industry trends underway. Infiniti Research’s pharma industry analysis reveals the following trends that companies in this sector must gear up for:

Prevention over treatment

 One of the key pharma industry trends that are expected to go mainstream is the idea of prevention over treatment. Governments across the globe are backing this, especially in the case of chronic diseases. Global pharmaceutical industry analysis suggests that there is an unprecedented amount of supply in prevention supplements and pills around the world. If certain chronic diseases cannot be treated, some of its symptoms and fatal consequences can be prevented through such initiatives.

Reverse innovation

Reverse innovation refers to any innovation which is adopted first by emerging economies and then distributed globally. Pharma industry trends of the future such as reverse innovation provide answers to various challenges faced by companies in the pharma industry including the rising research costs, patent expiration, and consequent revenue declines, and huge costs in bringing a drug to market.

Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology is one of the most notable recent trends in the pharmaceutical industry. Nanotechnology is a scientific, multi-disciplinary effort that involves the creation and utilization of essence systems on a nanometer scale. An important application of this innovation is in the form of ‘Nano-medicine’. Pharma industry experts at Infiniti Research believe nanotechnology to be one of the most impressive pharma industry trends and will unleash several breakthroughs in medicine, diagnosis, and genetic engineering. A key example of an innovative nanomedicine is that of Genexol-PM which is an anti-cancer drug used to fight breast cancer and non-small lung cancer.

Customization or personalized medicine

People around the globe are known to have genetic differences, however, all of us consume similar medicine that has been designed for millions of people. However, this trend is about to change in the near future. Personalized medicine is expected to become one of the most favored pharma industry trends in the future. The drugs will be customized based on the patient’s examination reports and medical records. Though it would take some time for this to become full-fledged in the pharma industry, such trends in the pharma industry will provide enhanced treatment to the patients.  

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3D printing

3D printers are under rapid development. The adaptation of this technology in the pharma industry will enable companies in the sector to print the necessary medicines as per requirements. In 2015, the first FDA approved a drug called Spritam was printed. This drug is used to treat epilepsy. This pill was made 3D printing several layers of the powdered drug, binding the layers of powder together, and blowing away the excess powder. The drug easily dissolves when compared to a traditional pill due to its unique structure. This is especially useful for cases where otherwise large, hard-to-swallow pills are prescribed.

Body sensors

Body sensors are breakthrough pharma industry trends that are all set to revamp patient-care and drug prescription. Wearables, integrated body chip, mini robots, and several other types of body sensors can obtain patient information and communicate the same immediately to the healthcare professionals. This can help them make quick and informed decisions regarding the drugs that need to be prescribed to the patient. These systems integrate living human cells with micro-engineering to help researchers and product development teams a new standard for predicting human response with greater precision.

Artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence and cognitive computers help gather and classify large volumes of data in a matter of seconds. This solves the common problem that the drug discovery process is lengthy and expensive. These advanced technologies will also help pharma companies to run cognitive trials in lesser time. Which means drugs can be delivered to patients much earlier than before.

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