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|20th February 2020
Blue Latitude Health introduces our new Early Stage Strategy service, designed to align commercial and medical teams and emphasise the value of the product for the patient, healthcare professional and business from the early phases of drug development.
|14th February 2020
Through services like the public, 'My Health Record' and the establishment of the ADHA (Australian Digital Health Agency), Australia have become leaders in digital strategies that are transforming healthcare systems. We sat down with Rachel de Sain, internationally renowned digital strategist, who shares where, and how Australia pioneered digital health products and services.
|22nd January 2020
Within our customer experience capability at Blue Latitude Health, our UX researchers and designers are tasked with understanding customer and client needs. Recently, a client required a centralised system to drive the development and deployment of data-driven patient services. Here, we explain the process of developing this platform.
|18th December 2019
Multiple myeloma patient Bob Munro explains what it's like to live with the rare blood cancer and how his diagnosis led him on the journey of a lifetime – cycling from London to the Arc de Triomphe.
|5th December 2019
Here, we deep dive into five of the key trends in precision medicine and personalised healthcare to explore how the healthcare industry is changing and how pharmaceutical and biotech companies can position themselves as leaders at the forefront of these exciting innovations.
|29th November 2019
The digital therapeutics market is set to reach almost $1 billion by 2026 as wearables and apps continue to play an important role in enhancing healthcare. However, adoption of these tools by healthcare professionals is comparatively low. Senior User Experience Consultant Stewart Anderson explains why.