A wealth of market research exists for the life sciences and healthcare industries. Find the right sources for your sector.
This collection of market research sources highlights the best publicly available information on companies, industries and markets for the major segments of the life sciences (LS) industry. Sectors covered include pharmaceuticals, biomedical technologies and medical devices.
This listing covers the best publicly available information on the overall healthcare ecosystem, including healthcare spending and statistics on hospitals and doctors.
Healthcare IT is the application of digital information technologies in a healthcare setting, whether for use by consumers (patients), healthcare system administrators or healthcare practitioners (e.g., doctors, nurses). Technologies in this market are broad―examples include smartphone apps on wellness or disease management, electronic medical records, and payroll and scheduling software.
Healthcare product development is a complex process. It is critical to know the general product development lifecycle so that you can follow the correct regulatory path and speed your time to market.
Some of Toronto’s hottest life sciences startups discuss the challenges and opportunities faced in launching their organizations.
Colin Minchom, President, Cordack Inc., shares four tips for pharmaceutical product development.
Navigating the Regulatory Landscape for Healthcare Product Development: Key principles and best practices
Aimed at life sciences entrepreneurs, this guide will help navigate healthcare product development, understand the basic regulatory principles and process, and implement best practices.