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Genpact extends Pharmacovigilance Artificial Intelligence suite to Bayer


Under this collaboration, Genpact’s Pharmacovigilance Artificial Intelligence (PVAI) suite of capabilities will be applied to Bayer’s existing pharmacovigilance database and IT systems.

By Team ABLE

Genpact, a professional services firm focused on delivering digital transformation, has signed a multi-year agreement with Bayer, under which Genpact’s Pharmacovigilance Artificial Intelligence (PVAI) suite of capabilities will be applied to Bayer’s existing pharmacovigilance database and IT systems.

Commenting on this deal, BalkrishanKalra, Business Leader, Life Sciences and Healthcare, Genpact, said, “We expect safety issues can be identified more rapidly, and resources can be freed up to focus on advanced and effective risk minimization measures. We are thrilled to be working with Bayer to leverage their excellence in pharmacovigilance and together create a better future with increased collaboration across the healthcare ecosystem.”

Genpact says its PVAI solution, which incorporates the Genpact Cora PharmacoVigilance software product, has the ability to identify and analyze patient safety data by facilitating a faster detection of trends within large data volumes. As a result, PVAI has the potential to uncover new drug-related side effects earlier, and therefore could potentially improve pharmaceutical companies’ ability to better ensure patient safety.

“With Genpact, we have found a partner whose innovative capabilities in the area of applying advanced AI and machine learning technologies to pharmacovigilance provide us with an opportunity to further increase the efficiency of our pharmacovigilance operating model and case processing, while maintaining our high quality and compliance standards,” said Michael D. Levy, Global Head of Pharmacovigilance for Pharmaceuticals and Consumer Health, Bayer AG. “We believe that Genpact’s PVAI solution can help us to continue strengthening our position as a leading pharmacovigilance organization, focusing on patient safety.”