Bellevue, WA (PressExposure) February 03, 2012 -- iLink Systems, an ISO and CMMI certified global software solutions provider, managed Microsoft SI Partner, winner of Microsoft's 2009 Public Sector, Health Partner of the Year award and Mobile Partner of the Year for 2011, co-sponsored the recently concluded Life Sciences Innovation Forum event held at Princeton, NJ from 1/26 to 1/27. The Life Sciences Innovation Forum's mission is to gather pharmaceutical executives from around the world to discuss how health quality can be improved by utilizing technologies to bring drugs to market faster, to improve healthcare delivery and enhance patient engagement.
At the Innovation Forum, industry recognized experts and thought leaders led engaging sessions that provided strategic information to help achieve goals in areas including Patient Engagement, Leveraging Enterprise Content, Global Regulatory Collaboration, Innovation Networks and Leveraging Health Information Technology
The sessions featured insights into the latest innovations in Life Sciences, including:
How to Foster Meaningful and Compliant Relationships with Patients and Physicians
Maximize Resource Allocation, Avoid Bottlenecks, and Bring Increased Efficiency to Your Clinical and Regulatory processes
Determine the Impact of Electronic Medical Records on Your Organization Today and Innovate for the Future
Leverage the Impact of Mobile Devices to Improve Internal Communications and External Collaboration
Gain New Efficiencies and Time Savings through Effective Clinical Trial Management Technologies
Increase Operational Effectiveness through the Development of Advanced Translational Medicine Models
Enable Global Collaboration and Compliance with Regulatory Bodies
Hear the Latest Trends and Innovations around Global Submissions
Utilize Virtual and Collaborative Technologies to Improve Speed and Decision Making Ability
Talking about the event, Anand Gaddum, Healthcare Practice Director at iLink Systems, said "The Life Science business environment and model is in a state of accelerating change. More drug approvals occurred in 2011 than any other year in the past decade. This brings some very exciting new opportunities to our industry. The traditional operating model separating Payers, Providers, and Government Health Agencies is under increasing pressures from globalization, healthcare reform, demographic shifts, and emerging healthcare technologies. The Life Sciences Innovation Forum addressed how to excel in this shifting global climate."
For more information about the event visit http://www.lsinnovation.com/
PR Contact, iLink Systems, Inc