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272 – Improving data sharing to make oncology clinical trials more efficient and save lives; Dr Huren Sivaraj & Tam Nguyen – Oncoshot

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272 – Improving data sharing to make oncology clinical trials more efficient and save lives; Dr Huren Sivaraj & Tam Nguyen – Oncoshot

Improving data sharing to save lives with Oncoshot   Dr Huren Sivaraj is the CEO and co-founder of Oncoshot.  Tam Nguyen is the director of operations for Oncoshot in Australia.Oncoshot…
August 11, 2022

272 – Improving data sharing to make oncology clinical trials more efficient and save lives; Dr Huren Sivaraj & Tam Nguyen – Oncoshot

Improving data sharing to save lives with Oncoshot

 

Dr Huren Sivaraj is the CEO and co-founder of Oncoshot. 

Tam Nguyen is the director of operations for Oncoshot in Australia.

Oncoshot is solving the inability to share data or insights between healthcare systems and industry partners. 

 

In this episode, Pete is joined by Tam and Huren to discuss the issue of data silos in oncology and look at possible solutions that could help save lives through efficient information sharing between healthcare systems and industry partners for improved clinical trials, plus lots more. 

 

By now, we know that many health systems do not communicate with each other and some are just out of date. This episode looks at improving data systems communication for improved health outcomes. 

 

Check out the episode and full show notes here.

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