2021 global life sciences outlook
Possibility is now reality, sustaining forward momentum
Navigating the pandemic has been an all-encompassing, once-in-a-lifetime challenge. Globally, life sciences companies responded with leadership and are emerging stronger. Explore how life sciences companies responded and areas where they can build resiliency going forward.
2021 Global health care outlook
With COVID-19 accelerating change in healthcare, industry leaders are likely to use the momentum to address 6 issues in 2021: consumers and the human experience, care model innovation, digital transformation and interoperable data, socio-economic shifts, collaboration, future of work and talent.
Securing Trust in the Global COVID-19 Supply Chain
From development and delivery to acceptance and administration
COVID-19 vaccines and therapeutics, and the associated medical devices and consumables, present an urgent need for a protected supply chain and a system of traceability built around globally identified products. Are organizations ready to take on the challenge?
The future unmasked
Predicting the future of healthcare and life sciences in 2025
What does the future hold for the life sciences and healthcare industry? Our latest predictions report looks ahead to the year 2025 to help you see what’s coming and to keep your organisation moving forward.
Covid-19: Impact and Recovery for the Life Sciences Industry
The Life Sciences industry in Ireland continues to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, an unparalleled situation. Globally, the sector is collectively working on developing vaccines and treatments, and ramping up the production of new diagnostic devices, ventilators and pumps.
Validation using Agile in the Life Sciences and Health Care Industry
The advent of Agile Methodology has disrupted the traditional development methods with its clear focus on continuous development, agility and over all “lean” concept.
The Life Science and Health Care Industry (LSHC) has always been in the lime light for its strict regulations. The advent of Agile Methodology has disrupted the traditional development methods with its clear focus on continuous development, agility and over all “lean” concept.
As M&A activity and divestitures continue, life sciences companies shouldn’t overlook product transfers
Imagine a $50 billion life sciences acquisition where company executives don’t properly plan for the transfer of some products. The potential result: Supply disruptions for patients and millions of dollars in unplanned inventory write-offs.
The future of biopharma innovation
Biopharma’s future will be focused on developing therapies for the multiple diseases that still lack treatments and creating more precise treatment regimens that target smaller populations or individual patients. Developing these treatments brings new challenges.
A decade of shrinking returns might be prompting pharma to adopt new business models
New partnerships were announced, and sessions highlighted new vaccines, cutting-edge immune-inflammation drugs, and advances in cell and gene therapies. But there was a palpable feeling of caution in the air.
Medtech and the Internet of Medical Things
How connected medical devices are transforming health care
New research from Deloitte UK Centre for Health Solutions examines how the IoMT is transforming medtech’s role in health care. It outlines how medtech companies can get digital transformation right – whether through adapting their existing business models, inventing new ones or both.