Re-Envisioning Life Sciences through the FHIR® Gateway

Date & Time: 22 October, 2020 | 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET 

Rise in volumes of source data in the form of genomics and self-monitoring devices has resulted in data getting stored in disparate systems. The need of the hour is the availability of structured and standardized data that can be easily integrated into research databases using a common data exchange standard.

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About the Speakers

 

Dr. Edward Hammond
Director,
Duke Center of Health Informatics

   

Wayne Kubick
Chief Technology Officer,
HL7 International

Shreejit Nair
Sr. Vice President of
Life Sciences Market,
CitiusTech

 

 

The HL7 FHIR data standard can act as a common platform for applications-based data access, sharing and reuse because of its ability to provide a common, API standards-based window into disparate systems.

Key Learnings

  • Importance and need for Biopharmaceutical organizations, CROs and research sites to implement FHIR in their data infrastructure for data capture and exchange of real world data among life sciences stakeholders and regulatory authorities
  • How FHIR will help make clinical trials more patient centric
  • How FHIR makes standardized data more available and usable to drive meaningful insights

In this webinar we will have industry leading speakers who will share their thoughts on how FHIR will act as a primary catalyst for health data interoperability to drive evidence-based insights in life sciences.