How the Digital Economy Is Changing Life Sciences
September 21, 2017
Hosted by Bonnie D. Graham
The buzz: “Imagine knowing whether your DNA encodes a risk for migraines even before a headache strikes” (Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine). The Life Sciences industry is experiencing unparalleled market and business changes due to breakthrough technologies like Connected Health, Personalized Medicine, Health Wearables, AI, IoT, Machine Learning, Augmented Reality. Prognosis for companies that don’t innovate and adapt soon: poor business health. The experts speak. Joe Miles, SAP: “If your actions inspire others to dream more, do more and become more, you are a leader” (John Q. Adams). Robert H. Eubanks, Capegmini: “…That’s been one of my mantras—focus and simplicity. Simple can be harder than complex; you have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple…” (Steve Jobs). Hussain Mooraj, Deloitte: “Talent hits the target no one else can hit. Genius hits the target no one else can see” (Arthur Schopenhauer). Join us for How the Digital Economy Is Changing Life Sciences.
Changing the Game in Life Sciences, presented by SAP
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By 2025, the global life sciences market will have changed dramatically from the industry we know today. Patients will be more accountable for their care and have greater access to their personal health information. Patients and payers will demand personalized treatments with superior outcomes, but cost-effectively. Technology will allow patients to use smart devices to monitor their health in real time while collaborating with their physicians from home. Patient outcomes will be continually monitored to identify patient populations that may have an identical genetic predisposition to a treatment, while providing early detection of any adverse events. Patients, physicians, providers, and producers will collaborate tightly within a treatment protocol to ensure optimal outcomes at reduced costs.
Join host Bonnie D. Graham for a Coffee Break with Game-Changers special series on how the digital economy is transforming the Life Sciences industry on Changing the Game in Life Sciences.
Bonnie D. Graham
Bonnie D. Graham has been producing and hosting live talk radio since 1998. In 2011, working at the enterprise software leader SAP, she successfully created, produced and hosted the weekly “Coffee Break with Game-Changers” business thought leadership roundtable radio series. Over the next eight years, she developed 45 additional series that attracted millions of listeners around the world. Since becoming an independent broadcaster in 2019, she has also been engaged by other global enterprises to develop and host their radio and podcast series. What powers Bonnie’s passion for radio? She “loves speaking with smart people!”