Gartner® Hype Cycle for Life Science Clinical Development, 2022

"As life science companies continue to accelerate scaling digital capabilities, technology vendors are refining their solutions to make hyperautomation, AI and advanced analytics enhancements commonplace. CIOs can use this Hype Cycle to learn which innovations are demonstrating the best value."

The 2022 Hype Cycle for Life Science Clinical Development includes many areas of innovation that will enable you and your organization to respond to industry challenges. You must look at each of the technologies in your portfolio and consider how they support your organization’s ambitions to
digitalize. Areas of continued expansion and transformation noted in the report include:

  • AI in Clinical Development
  • Clinical Data Analytics platforms
  • Clinical Trial Resource Management Systems
  • E-Clinical Platforms
  • Risk-based and Centralized Monitoring et al. 

Gartner Hype Cycle for Life Science Clinical Development chart

 

Gartner, Hype Cycle for Life Science Clinical Development, 2022, 26 July 2022, By Jeff Smith, Rohan Sinha
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