Portfolio of Global Epidemiology Forecast Reports for Cancer Types

The oncology field has seen significant changes in the last 5-8 years primarily in the launching of several new molecule entities (NME) that provide treatment options for patients in niche or sub-populations for some of the more widely recognised cancer tumour types. This trend is expected to continue in the…

Portfolio of Global Epidemiology Forecast Reports for Infectious Diseases

Significant financial investment and resources have been deployed by the Pharma industry in the pursuit of developing innovative treatment to address several infectious disease targets. Although Vaccines and some other targeted treatments have proven to be effective in the past, infectious diseases still pose a very serious threat to patients….

Geographical Expansion of the Epiomic™ Hospital Admissions Database to now include 28 countries within a single database

On June 13, 2016, In News, Tags ,

The Black Swan Analysis team has substantially expanded their online database coverage of patient hospital admissions from the original 6 core markets, USA and the Top 5 EU markets, to a total of 28 markets. This geographical expansion, that includes primarily EU countries, has provided significant scale to the number…

Black Swan Analysis celebrate an industry win at the Annual BHBIA Conference

On May 16, 2016, In News, Tags ,

The Black Swan Analysis team are delighted to announce that their Senior Analyst, Christopher Bell, has been awarded the highly respected ‘Ian Burgess Award’ at the Annual British Healthcare Business Intelligence Association (BHBIA) conference in London. This award, presented annually, was in recognition of Christopher producing ‘the best One-Day Training…

Active Monitoring of Growing Markets

On April 8, 2016, In News,

It’s Prostate Cancer Awareness Month this month, one of the most common male cancers in the developed world. Prevalence rates vary widely across the globe. It is least common in South and East Asia, and more common in Europe, North America, Australia and New Zealand with rates in African Americans…