Artificial Intelligence in Medicine

14 November 2017 | Europe | Healthcare & Life Sciences

In Goingpublic.de, a German finance magazine, Julie Pelta, Senior Advisor in the Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice at DataArt, explores the role of artificial intelligence in medicine. “The power of prediction is that a patient can be prompted to lifestyle changes or can receive...

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The Quest for New Drugs

7 November 2017 | Europe | Healthcare & Life Sciences

In Plattform Life Sciences, a German life sciences journal, Anton Dolgikh, Head of AI at DataArt, discusses the role of artificial intelligence in drug discovery, namely its significant impact on targets search, hits/leads search, adverse effects reduction, and old drugs repositioning. ...

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Technology Companies Set to Disrupt Healthcare

7 November 2017 | UK | Healthcare & Life Sciences

In Health IT Outcomes, Alexander Myskiw, Engagement Manager in the Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice at DataArt, explores the advent of tech giants, including Amazon, Apple and Google, into the healthcare sector, and the future industry dynamics. “Apple and Amazon (Secret 1492...

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DataArt Joins Biotechnology Association BIO Deutschland

18 October 2017 | Europe | Healthcare & Life Sciences

Technology Networks covers the announcement of DataArt joining BIO Deutschland, Germany's biotechnology industry association. “BIO Deutschland is one of the most influential biotech associations in Europe, established to support and promote the development of an innovative economic sector...

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Looking Back at HealthTech Predictions in 2012: How Accurate Were They?

25 September 2017 | UK | Healthcare & Life Sciences

In Healthcare.Digital Julie Pelta, VP of Business Development at DataArt’s Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice, UK, compares the 2012 healthcare tech predictions to the present state of healthcare technology. “In 1903 Henry Ford’s lawyer was told by the President of...

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What Role Should Technology Play in Surgery?

21 September 2017 | UK | Healthcare & Life Sciences

In Healthcare.Digital Julie Pelta, Director of Business Development at DataArt’s Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice, UK, explores the advent of robotics in surgery, weighing in on the associated risks and benefits. “The DaVinci robot was first to market, and is now being followed...

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The Potential of Predictive Healthcare

20 September 2017 | UK | Healthcare & Life Sciences

Digital Health Age features a bylined article by Julie Pelta, Senior Advisor in the Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice at DataArt, discussing developments in artificial intelligence for prediction and prevention of major diseases. “With health services under significant pressure...

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Gamification Allows Recruiters to Identify Better Programmers

In a feature article on using games and coding challenges to recruit the best programmers, CIO Dive spoke with Daniel Lurye, VP of HR Communications at DataArt, who shared the consultancy's effective use of its own community-based game, Skillotron, to recruit, educate, and challenge software engineers...

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Are Nano Drug Delivery and Telehealth Solutions a Deadly Combo for Disease?

23 August 2017 | UK | Healthcare & Life Sciences

EPM Magazine features a bylined article by Alexander Myskiw, Engagement Manager in the Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice at DataArt, on the promise and risks of combining telehealth solutions with nano drug delivery systems. “Nanomedicines, after entering the human body, travel throughout...

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Telehealth – Not an Innovation but an Unavoidable Force in the Healthcare Industry

15 August 2017 | UK | Healthcare & Life Sciences

Roman Chernyshev, SVP of Healthcare and Life Sciences at DataArt, shares his thoughts on telehealth solutions with Healthcare Guys, and discusses the impact of various approaches on integration of care. “Telehealth is not a single solution, but a more complicated concept where the...

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