The requirements of Life Sciences companies (including in the pharma and medical device space) inevitably change over time. Sometimes, a change is due to regulatory requirements; sometimes, customer needs change. Keep reading if you want to...

In the medical device industry, there are tons of abbreviations. And as a medical device professional you can easily get lost in this acronym ocean! The most important (and most confusing) abbreviations are DHF, DMR, and DHR. These three abbreviation...

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are on the verge of transforming healthcare by creating new, vital insights from the vast amount of data gathered during healthcare delivery activities every day. AI/ML-based life science innovat...

GMP stands for “good manufacturing practices.” Life Sciences companies need to be GMP-certified in order to produce and sell their products. But what do GMP guidelines entail? And how is GMP different from cGMP, or “current good manufacturing practic...

To successfully get a drug FDA approved, the data on the drug’s effects need to be reviewed by the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER), which in turn needs to determine that the drug’s benefits notably outweigh its known and potential risk...

What are SaaS solutions? Software as a service (SaaS) solutions allow users to easily connect to and use cloud-based apps over the internet instead of having to install software on the user's local computer. Common examples include email services, ca...

For thousands of years, our ancestors have used the cannabis plant to treat illnesses. The medicinal use of the cannabis flower is made possible thanks to its hundreds of chemical compounds that create pleasant sensations, feelings of relief, and hea...