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The pace of change in healthcare is accelerating. Our understanding of how data, technology and scientific expertise can come together is only getting more precise. In this podcast, leaders from IQVIA lead discussions on the issues, innovations, and collaborations that are making an impact on health and business outcomes. Topics will include new approaches to clinical development, leading-edge technologies and methodologies that extract more value (and less work) from healthcare data, and strategies that ensure the right medicines get to the right patients, faster. IQVIA is a world leader in using data, technology, advanced analytics and expertise to help customers drive healthcare - and human health - forward.

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The pace of change in healthcare is accelerating. Our understanding of how data, technology and scientific expertise can come together is only getting more precise. In this podcast, leaders from IQVIA lead discussions on the issues, innovations, and collaborations that are making an impact on health and business outcomes. Topics will include new approaches to clinical development, leading-edge technologies and methodologies that extract more value (and less work) from healthcare data, and strategies that ensure the right medicines get to the right patients, faster. IQVIA is a world leader in using data, technology, advanced analytics and expertise to help customers drive healthcare - and human health - forward.

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The IQVIA Podcast

Latest release on Sep 11, 2020

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Rank #1: Enter the Human Data Scientist

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Welcome to the Human Data Scientist, a series about what we don't know in healthcare and how we can know more. Join us as we chat with industry leaders on how medicine and data science, when brought together in the right way, can achieve something remarkable.

Host: Hannah Law, Head of Enterprise Content, IQVIA

Sep 11 2020

4mins

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Rank #2: The origins of Human Data Science with the IQVIA Institute's Murray Aitken

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What is Human Data Science? Listen for a Human Data Science 101 and learn why this familiar sounding term is essential to better understanding COVID-19 and preventing future disease outbreaks.   

Host: Hannah Law, Head of Enterprise Content, IQVIA
Feature speaker: Murray Aitken, Executive Director, IQVIA Institute for Human Data Science

Sep 11 2020

20mins

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Rank #3: Business insights into scenario planning for a post COVID-19 world (part 2)

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In the second episode of a two-part series, explore two low-impact scenarios for a post-COVID-19 world, Journey Disrupted and Reputation Reborn.

Journey Disrupted: Plans based on a coordinated national-level healthcare policy that would limit surges in COVID-19 infections and accelerate the reopening of non-urban areas in some states.

Reputation Reborn: Plans based on the idea that the virus would subside or be “under control” by mid-2021 due to effective disease management and therapies.

To explore the two high-impact scenarios, listen to  Scenario planning for a post COVID-19 world (Ep. 1)

Featured speaker: Mason Tenaglia, Vice President, Thought Leadership, IQVIA

Aug 19 2020

9mins

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Rank #4: Business insights into scenario planning for a post COVID-19 world (part 1)

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COVID-19 will have a lasting impact on U.S. business and care delivery models. In a two-episode series, explore four different scenarios for a post COVID-19 world. In the first of two episodes, learn about the exercise conducted to develop the four scenarios and explore the two high-impact scenarios, The Long Night and Too Many Moving Parts

The Long Night: Plans for high impact in the U.S. that would continue beyond the next 18 months with no effective disease management before 2022. 

Too Many Moving Parts: Plans based on the assumption that some COVID-19 impact continues for 18 months or more, but that management options exist for vulnerable or high-priority populations.

To explore the two low-impact scenarios, listen to Scenario planning for a post COVID-19 world (part 2)

Featured speaker: Mason Tenaglia, Vice President, Thought Leadership, IQVIA

Jul 31 2020

14mins

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