Exploring future trends and their impacts
The Strategy& Insider Podcast aims to explore some of the most critical future trends and their impacts. Strategy& talks to industry experts and leading practitioners from different sectors. The conversations will make you more familiar with key developments by providing you with insights that really matter.
The first season will tackle some of the most fundamental questions in the healthcare industry.
While technology has quickly transformed how we shop, bank, and travel, it yet has to impact on how we receive healthcare. The adoption of digitally enabled tools for diagnostics, treatment, and management, for example, has been rather modest - especially compared to what is already possible. With the help of digital applications, healthcare will become more and more personalized and seamlessly integrated into everyday life. For biopharma, the future of healthcare poses both opportunities and challenges, particularly with big technology companies being at the forefront of the disruption.
Based on findings of the “Future of Health” study, Strategy& partner Thomas Solbach invited healthcare industry experts including pharma executives, leading academics and medical practitioners to discuss how the healthcare industry is expected to change.
Welcome to the Strategy& Insider Podcast. In our first season, we will discuss some of the most fundamental questions about the Future of Health. Our guests are experts across all sectors of the healthcare industry including pharma executives, leading academics and medical physicians.
In the third episode, Teresa Graham, Head of Global Product Strategy at Roche Pharma, discusses the role big tech companies will play and how technology will change how patients access medicine in the future.
In the first episode, Thomas meets with Chief Oncologist at Universitätsspital Baselland, Dr. Andreas Wicki. Tune in to learn about how data analytics will help medicine move from curing diseases to preventing them and who will win the race around steering the future of health.
In the fourth episode, Thomas welcomes Dr. Georg Matheis, cardiac surgeon and one of Germany’s pioneering founders in healthcare. They discuss how to regain the patient-physician relationship, megatrends in surgery, and the current situation of healthcare in Europe.
In the second episode of the Future of Health podcast series, Thomas discusses the changes data-driven biomedicine will bring to the healthcare sector with Dr. Torsten Schwede, Vice President for Research and professor for bioinformatics at University of Basel.