The Three Updates of Thanksgiving

Over this Thanksgiving Holiday weekend, you will most likely be traveling to visit relatives.  And if you’re reading this blog, you’re most likely visiting someone who is less technical than you. So after the Turkey and Pumpkin Pie, when everyone is sitting down to the football game, simply ask your host: “Where is your computer? …

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BioIT Alliance–Conference on Nov 3 in NJ

The BioIT Alliance will be holding its second conference and its annual meeting on November 3rd in Iselin, NJ.  We’re quite excited about this conference – focused on Translational Medicine, Health IT and how Pharmaceutical, BioTech and Medical Device and vendor organizations can make a difference in Personalized Medicine. Best of all the conference is…

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Part 11 Compliance and SharePoint–Part II

In the last blog post we talked about releasing our “draft guidance” at the DIA EDM show last week.  Today, we’re pleased to announce that the “Configuring SharePoint 2010 for 21 CFR Part 11 Compliance” document is available on our website on our “Compliant Collaboration” page. The feedback we’ve received is interesting – as every…

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Configuring SharePoint 2010 for 21 CFR Part 11 Compliance

Today at the DIA EDM (Electronic Data Management) conference, we are taking the wrappers off a new whitepaper the covers how to configure SharePoint 2010 in a 21 CFR Part 11 regulated environment.  This whitepaper is a joint effort between Microsoft Life Sciences and Paragon’s Life Sciences consulting practice.  As in the tradition of all…

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The evolution of science

Last night we re-published our whitepaper on Collaborative Science to not require a LiveID in order to download.  From feedback I’ve gotten, only people with Hotmail and XBox Live accounts had a LiveID to begin with – so we wanted to start fresh and republish the whitepaper to allow a broader group of people to…

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Old and Empty Prescriptions: What do you do?

The discussion of old prescriptions is a departure from the normal discussions in this blog around Health and Life Sciences Architecture, but related enough for me to ask you (gentle reader) the question: What do you do with your old prescriptions? A few days ago, my wife and I were cleaning out old prescription bottles,…

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Clinical Trials using HealthVault and Windows Phone 7

One of the items I’ve been working on is a white paper on using Connected Devices and HealthVault for scenarios such as patient reported outcomes and patient adherence.  In the course of writing this white paper Windows Phone 7 was released. This of course caused us to think: how could Windows Phone 7 be used…

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