Reimagining IT: Bausch Health Puts Customers First In Planning For A Data-Driven Future
An Interview With Bausch Health's Chief Information Officer Chuck Hoyt
Information is the lifeblood that sustains drug development – but the ability to disperse, differentiate and make sense of it is what delivers success in the marketplace. Bausch Health Companies has decided to make global alignment through the strategic application of IT the centerpiece of its effort to shed the legacy of its acquisitive predecessor Valeant Pharmaceuticals.
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