The final episode of season two explores the topic of “radical interoperability” and how players across the life sciences and health care industry can work together to create a more connected ecosystem.
The future of health will be defined by radically interoperable data, open yet secure platforms, and consumer-driven care. Tune in to this episode to hear more about the large-scale disruption about to hit life sciences and health care.
This episode explores how emerging technologies and automation are transforming core, back-office processes for life sciences and health care companies—and the potential benefits of an automated organization.
This episode dives into the concept of a “no-collar” workforce, where organizations increasingly rely on automation and emerging technologies, allowing employees to spend more of their time on value-added work.
Blockchain in life sciences and health care: are we looking at a revolution or an evolution? This episode takes a more holistic view of how blockchain can break down industry silos and enable collaboration, coordination, and connectivity across life sciences and health care stakeholders. Learn about the opportunity for blockchain to link the industry around the spectrum of care.
Blockchain is no longer the new technology kid on the block, but has its potential been fully realized? Or are we barely scratching the surface? What are the possibilities for blockchain – or blockchains – across the life sciences and health care industry?
What if a patient could put aside pamphlets and actually see the impact a diet could have on his or her state of health? What if a surgeon could train or prepare for a complex procedure by simulating it first in a 360-degree 3D simulation? Digital reality is no longer only a concept attributed to the science fiction realm. The immersive technology of augmented and virtual reality is now being applied to many business applications across industries, making these scenarios increasingly...