IoT for COVID-19 Vaccine supply chain

Who knew that in March, a novel virus had the means to impact our lifestyle. In less than a year we would also have a vaccine to solve this pandemic. We have learned about how clinical trials works, and along with the promising results from the initial set of vaccines. Now comes the hard part Read More

Buying Insurance for Public Health?

Why invest in a COVID-19 “exposure notification” app? We buy insurance for our home, cars and for protection. In the event something does happen. How does public health officials reduce the chances of infection against this virus? So while there is no official date for an ‘effective’ vaccine. Does technology play a role in US Read More

Managing Infectious Diseases in Hospitals

A new offering to improve Infection Management from T-Systems and AI Health Insights There are pressures on Hospitals as a result of the recent pandemic. Announcing a new offering aimed at helping healthcare organizations for infectious disease: Lower reimbursement rates from reduced elective procedures as a result of COVID-19. Improving your organizations CMS rating. Healthcare Read More

Preview: How the Internet of Things (IoT) meets the needs of the US Drug Supply Chain

On Friday, June 22nd I will be presenting on this topic at the IoT Slam event in Research Triangle Park, NC. So this blog post covers the key points I will be discussing, and it’s based on the following abstract: The FDA is halfway through the implementation timeline for the Drug Supply Chain Security Act Read More

Connecting ERP to IoT and ultimately Blockchain

    A post by Jim Sabogal from T-Systems, on how you can use your ERP to support the Internet of Things (IoT), and leverage Blockchain in future. Guest Post I covered this topic for our partner Roambee who provides Internet of Things (IoT) devices for asset management and shipment tracking. Blockchain is a widely Read More

Miracle of Healthcare

Advances in Medicine improves our Health So what is a miracle? There is a reason why people get involved in Healthcare industry in our country. Every day dedicated doctors and nurses spend countless hours in providing the best treatment possible. My focus has been in improving Healthcare processes through technology. This blog post is not Read More

Connected Healthcare for 2017

Connected Healthcare stems from my belief in ‘integrating’ Life Sciences and Healthcare. Earlier this year I had read Joseph Kvedar’s book entitled “The Internet of Healthy Things.” He is the vice president of Connected Health, and part of the Partners Healthcare system in Boston. The book provides examples of using technology to close the healthcare Read More

Gearing up IT for future growth…

This blog post is a look back at topics I’ve written about this year with a look towards 2012. At the start of this year I had set a goal to cover some areas. In my current job I have been able to work with clients to help solve problems across these areas. The table Read More

Integration for RandD

The purpose of this blog post is to summarize a model for ‘integrating’ clinical operations. I’ll summarize the goals for this model and describe the background and next steps around such an offering. Over the past few months I’ve been engaged with several clients in discussing how our IT Services Company could create such a Read More