Big Data Transforming The Role Of Pharma, IBM Analytics Partner Says
Pharmaceutical companies are beginning to leverage big data to become more integrated into health care delivery, looking to care coordination and other “services adjacent to medicines,” IBM’s John Piccone reports.
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