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Operation Warp Speed: What The Logo Can Tell Us About Successful Pandemic Preparedness

Operation Warp Speed’s seal was a combination of ’70s design, au courant clip art, and 18th Century militarism, but just like the oddly assembled organization that it represented, the thing worked.

Coronavirus COVID-19 Innovation

How Will Pfizer Leverage External Innovation After BioNTech Jackpot?

Uwe Schoenbeck, CSO of external science and innovation at Pfizer, knows the company set itself a high bar during the COVID-19 pandemic after rapidly bringing a breakthrough vaccine to market. While the circumstances for the development of Comirnaty were truly unique, Pfizer does not expect to rest on its laurels when it comes to innovative R&D.

Outlook 2022 Commercial

Point Of Care Diagnostics In 2022: New Technology But Old Problems

Following a busy year for point of care diagnostics, the industry is facing a period of consolidation. The drive for new technologies is being countered by regulatory and financial issues.

Diagnostics Outlook 2022

Microsoft’s Strategy In Health Care: Connection, Not Disruption

Through an ever-growing number of partnerships, grants and investments in the health care sector, Microsoft is taking a lead from behind approach to improve and expand interoperability, increase data security and analytics, and provide partners with tools, technology, and a platform for growth.

Innovation StartUps and SMEs

Vietnam On The Verge Of Change

Vietnam’s pharma market has seen constant growth over the last decade, driven by rising incomes and an aging population. Spending on drugs is expected to rise by more than 10% in 2021.

Vietnam Coronavirus COVID-19

The Case For Covaxin: Ocugen CEO Shankar Musunuri

A potential decline in mRNA vaccine protection against the Delta variant is raising questions about the need for booster shots in the US. Ocugen Inc. and partner Bharat Biotech hope the changing dynamic of COVID-19 in the US will induce the FDA to reconsider additional clinical trial requirements for Covaxin, an inactivated whole virus vaccine authorized for emergency use in 16 countries. 

Coronavirus COVID-19 Leadership

Royal Philips’ IGT Goes For The Structural Heart

Royal Philips’ image-guided therapy business has rebounded, as expected, after the COVID-19 dip, and is now targeting expansion in a number of areas, as business leader Bert van Meurs explains. 

Market Access Medical Device

The Medicines Patent Pool Plots A Post-Pandemic Future: Interview With Director Charles Gore

As the global access debate adapts to the stark inequities exposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the UN-backed Medicines Patent Pool is emerging as a key player on issues ranging from vaccine tech transfer to making more drugs affordable against the spread of non-communicable diseases like cancer to middle- and low-income countries.

Intellectual Property Market Access

Finding Solutions For COVID Vaccine Distribution In Africa’s ‘Last Mile’

More COVID-19 vaccines are beginning to flow into Africa, as coordination between partner organizations and African governmental agencies improves. However, gaps remain in cold chain storage, information flow on the ground is lagging and vaccine hesitancy persists. Also, pandemic-related economic depression in some African countries is jeopardizing procurement and access to vaccines. 

Coronavirus COVID-19 Middle East and Africa

The Big Health Care Conundrum: How To Sustainably Unlock The Value Of Diagnostics

With COVID-19 a residual but still very real issue globally, Novo Holdings asked the big diagnostics question at a recent high-level roundtable: How can stakeholders capitalize on this moment of acute public awareness of diagnostics to improve adoption of tests and screening in the long term? The CEOs of Roche Diagnostics, GE Healthcare, Labcorp and Synlab, among others, gave their thoughts on how the system must change.

Market Access In Vitro Diagnostics

Pandemic ‘Dividend’ Must Not Be Squandered

Maintaining the positive changes that health care delivery underwent at the height of COVID-19 has been the talk of the health care industries, but will commercial organizations retain their enthusiasm once the pressures of the pandemic abate?

Leadership In Vitro Diagnostics

Civil Society Groups Use COVID To Build Stronger Narrative For Equal Access

The divide between developed and developing countries for access to health care innovations has been spotlighted by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Civil society groups pile on the pressure.

Coronavirus COVID-19 Market Access

The Missing Link: COVID-19 Antibody Tests Need Buy-In From FDA

Concern looms in many countries as cases of COVID-19 continue to rise due to the delta variant. Vaccines are having a positive effect, but what is the outlook for those still vulnerable to the virus after inoculation? Not everyone will respond to vaccinations in the same way.

Market Access Coronavirus COVID-19

All Change For UK Health Care: Global Medtech Keeps A Close Watch

Shaped by Brexit, driven by COVID, squeezed by budgets and being engineered for the future, it seems that almost every element within UK health delivery and market access is undergoing change. How should the medtech industry prepare, and will there be implications beyond the UK?

United Kingdom Market Intelligence

The Indemnity Calculus For Covid-19 Vaccines, India’s Path Ahead

Legal experts discuss the intricacies around pharma’s demand for indemnity, a key sticking point for supplies of COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna, and the path forward for countries like India.

India Commercial

Pacifying A Pandemic With Numbers

Powered by prominent global health philanthropies and the UK’s world-class collaborative capabilities in disease surveillance, the new International COVID-19 Data Alliance (ICODA) is gearing up to address a crucial – and yet unanswered – policy question for public health:  can sharing data curated from a diversity of sources provide the hard evidence needed to improve patient outcomes against the virus – not just for today’s pandemic, but for future ones as well? Much will depend on a robust response from big pharma.

Coronavirus COVID-19 Clinical Trials
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