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Emerging Technologies Energizing the Future of the Pharmaceutical Sector - Innovations Creating Growth Opportunities - Research and Markets

Research and Markets
Posted on: 10 Nov 16

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Emerging Technologies Energizing the Future of the Pharmaceutical Sector" report to their offering.

Emerging technologies are changing the dynamics of various industries, globally.

With the current global healthcare and economy challenges, along with the changing needs of patients, care providers, and regulatory authorities, the pharmaceutical industry is also trying to adopt a whole host of emerging technologies, with the aim to address the industry challenges and to push the borders of innovation.

This research service covers the emerging technologies, such as anything-as-a-service, artificial intelligence, cancer screening, smart pills, wearable, smart packaging and discusses the impact of these emerging technologies in the pharmaceutical industry. These technologies enable the emerging trend of value-based care and have the capability to propel and transform the future of pharmaceutical industry.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Industry Overview

3. Impact of Emerging Technologies

4. Artificial Intelligence

5. XaaS (Anything-as-a-Service)

6. Wearables

7. Smart Pills

8. Cancer Screening

9. Smart Packaging

10. Technology Convergence Scenario

11. Analyst Insights

12. List of Key Industry Participants

13. The Publisher's Story

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Last updated on: 10/11/2016

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