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Cambridge Healthtech Institute to Host Its Second Annual Collaborative Innovation in Biomedicine Conference
Date:4/30/2010

Strategies and Best Practices for Pre-Competitive Sharing of Data, Results and Costs

Needham, MA (PRWEB) April 30, 2010 -- Cambridge Healthtech Institute will host its second annual Collaborative Innovation in Biomedicine conference on June 14-16, 2010 in Philadelphia, PA. The biomedical industry is under enormous pressure to produce faster results, while also finding ways to reduce costs. Examples abound in one industry after another of how researchers have gained tremendous advantages by collaborating on pre-competitive efforts, but such efforts have been limited in biomedical research, where researchers often find it difficult to openly share data within their own organization, much less with competitors. This conference aims to bring together a number of experts with practical experience in organizing, managing, funding, and getting results from pre-competitive collaborative projects. Speakers will talk from first-hand experience about what works and what doesn't as the program explores the most important new models, key issues, challenges and best practices of Collaborative Innovation in Biomedicine.

"Given the number of challenges that the industry is facing," says Phillips Kuhl, President of Cambridge Healthtech Institute, "There is clearly a need for new models and approaches. A key goal of the program is to provide attendees with a number of key strategies for identifying when and how collaborative innovation can and should be encouraged, as well as when such efforts are less likely to produce useful results."

The conference program will deal with topics such as case studies of successful consortia and collaborations; strategies for dealing with the challenge of shared intellectual property; strategies and technology for facilitating data sharing; novel approaches for identifying collaborative information and partners; collaborative development and e
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