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Dipanwita Das
Nov 10, 2023

AI is collapsing the distance between Medical Affairs teams | Sorcero

For Medical Affairs professionals, deriving actionable insights from the vast quantities of available data can be a major challenge. The volume and diversity of information generated from HCP interactions, publications, conference reports, advisory board summaries, health records, and claims data are growing at 43% annually and places critical intelligence at an ever-growing distance. However, artificial intelligence (AI) is closing this gap, enabling faster translation of evidence into strategy.

AI systems can rapidly synthesize findings across massive siloed sets of structured and unstructured data in Medical Affairs. Key insights can be detected, relationships identified, and conclusions generated to accelerate informed decision-making.

  • Instantly analyze data lakes to produce nuanced learnings around key strategic imperatives. These analyses highlight important knowledge gaps that may otherwise be missed using traditional manual processes.

  • Continually monitor the latest medical literature and guidelines to flag important developments in your field of interest. It can even scan social media, forums, and other channels to surface emerging discussions and sentiment among patients, physicians, and other stakeholders.

  • Accelerate literature reviews by front-loading your search results with the most relevant papers and auto-tagging PICO criteria to expedite the review process.

  • Quickly search through, organize, and identify insights in mountains of internal Medical Affairs documentation and data, helping to facilitate strategic evidence-based decision making.

By gathering hard-to-find signals from across dispersed data sources, AI amplifies understanding to close the gap between information and action. Questions that previously required months of data compilation and analysis can now be answered in minutes.

At Sorcero, our AI solutions are built to address the unique data challenges in Medical Affairs. Our medically-tuned AI Platform consumes, enriches, and unifies structured and unstructured data into a comprehensive view with near real-time data processing contributing to an impressive 72% boost in productivity and an astonishing 300% increase in validated medical insights. Custom, medically-tuned AI models deliver tailored, real-time insights that allow Medical Affairs groups to pursue new opportunities with confidence and speed.

In healthcare, time is the enemy. But AI shortens the distance between Medical Affairs professionals and the evidence they need to guide medical strategy. By combining the world’s most revolutionary technology with human expertise, we can accelerate answers to complex medical questions - bringing life-changing therapies to patients faster. With Sorcero AI can help Medical Affairs teams more efficiently monitor a growing body of real-world evidence from sources like patient registries and electronic health records. By detecting emerging trends and insights across diverse, disjointed data, AI supports more agile decision-making as new evidence comes to light.

Sorcero’s AI automation can streamline repetitive administrative tasks, freeing up Medical Affairs professionals to focus on higher-value work. For example, AI can automatically synthesize medical information into briefing documents, respond to basic information requests, and schedule meetings to maximize productivity.

Fundamentally, AI plays a pivotal role in collapsing the distance between Medical Affairs teams and the crucial insights necessary to drive progress in medicine. Utilizing Sorcero as a tool in this endeavor not only yields a threefold increase in medical insights at an impressive 18 times the speed but also significantly reduces the time spent on raw data processing by 72%. By harnessing the analytical capabilities of AI, the journey from evidence to making a tangible impact on patients is now shorter than ever before.


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Dipanwita Das