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The challenges faced while managing the data and other laboratory information can be significant. It includes everything involved in ensuring that data stored is secure, easy to find and share, as well as meeting regulatory compliance at all times. To the aid, arrive the analytical solutions from DCube aimed to provide comprehensive pharmaceutical data services, which provides unique and market-leading data and insights into the global Pharmaceutical market.

Pharmaceutical companies can use DCube analytics solutions to aggregate research data in research and development efforts to more quickly predict drug development outcomes, thus reducing the costly paths to take new drugs to market. These tools help the healthcare organizations to keep up with the industry everyday challenges.

Data science pharmaceuticals provide valuable insights into the data – opening up new avenues of sales growth opportunity for everyone from Territory Manager to CEO. It takes almost 5-7 years and $500 million to develop a new drug. This results in massive amounts molecular and clinical data stored in proprietary networks. And this increased amount of data can lead to difficulties while approximating the negative outcomes as a result of some particular decision. In addition, the analytical tools can be vital in monitoring and analyzing patient’s data to identify negative effects or the benefits from the use of a particular drug on an individual patient.
In addition to predicting negative outcomes, the pharmaceutical data management can also be used to short-circuit potential disasters such as causalities from risk factors. To ensure that this goal is achieved, a Pharmaceutical data analyst ensures that all data expected to be captured has been accounted for and that all data management activities are complete. Achieving this goal protects public health and confidence in marketed therapeutics.

The modern pharmaceutical industry is used to dealing with big data, a term which has become relatively much known with the massive growth in the healthcare industry. To gain a competitive edge over the market, increase their expertise and enlarge their ever-growing databanks, the pharmaceutical companies work with external partners, academic collaborators, insurance companies and customers and healthcare professionals.
Pharma companies spend a huge amount test preclinical tests in terms of drug delivery. To speed up this process, the companies rely on pharmaceutical data services to use predictive models in which a pharmaceutical data analyst takes the help of criteria based on chemical structure, diseases and other characteristics. In addition, with the pharmaceutical data services becoming more sophisticated, the healthcare companies are getting keen in getting real-time data from the tools like home devices, smart pills and bottles, smartphones and health apps and using these tools to support R&D, analyze efficacy and increase drug sales.

The recent years also saw the pharmaceutical companies to have sponsored crowd sourced contests to predict patient, clinical outcomes, sales pattern, molecule activity, and other issues involving big data management. As a result, there is an emerging need for pharmaceutical data analyst and data scientists who are capable of handling noisy data and presenting results to stakeholders in a simple, easy-to-interpret way.

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