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Life Sciences & Health Care
Navigating what’s next
Cyber leaders in life sciences and health care organizations are focused on enterprisewide digital transformation as an important strategy to achieve greater efficiencies while also better protecting the business against cyber threats. But are organizations prepared to take such a “cyber everywhere” approach? Participants will learn how life sciences and health care organizations can take an enterprisewide approach to cyber as a fundamental component of their digital transformation strategy.
Research shows that factors outside the health care system affect a majority of health outcomes. As a result, health care that has historically taken place within the system is now moving back into the community. Participants will examine how social issues affect health outcomes and review strategies that can help prepare for a transforming health care ecosystem.
Over the next 20 years, the US health care system is expected to transition from today's collection of disconnected components to a dramatically different environment driven by radically interoperable data and open, secure platforms. So how do we get from here to there? Participants will explore strategies to lean into this interoperable future and plan for a transforming industry.
The life sciences and health care industry is being disrupted and reshaped by emerging technologies, new data sources, nontraditional market entrants, and increasing consumer demands. What new developments could emerge in 2020 that will continue to shape the future of health? Participants will analyze trends and issues that are on the horizon in 2020 and beyond, and they will assess what such changes might mean for health care and life sciences companies.
Business archetypes in the future of health: Pick your path?
March 12, 2019
Radically interoperable data: Powering the future of health
February 21, 2019