How Life Sciences 4.0 is fusing the digital and biological worlds

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4 minute read 4 Jan 2019
By

Pamela Spence

EY Global Health Sciences and Wellness Industry Leader and Life Sciences Industry Leader

Ambassador for outcomes-based performance and healthy aging. Advocate for women.

4 minute read 4 Jan 2019

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At EY, we’re committed to creating a better working world and also a much healthier one.

Health is being reimagined in ways that fuse the digital, physical and biological worlds. Increased customer expectations and rapid technological advances are reshaping the health care industry. 

Newly empowered super consumers are driving this change, calling for more engaging, connected care.  As demands for proactive, personalized health increase, data-driven algorithms that improve outcomes will become the most valuable health care products. Reimagining this reality requires a new, shared approach. One of collaboration and convergence – what we call Life Sciences 4.0.

Watch this illustrative short film to see how collecting, combining and sharing data can drive innovation and better health outcomes. When the human body is the biggest data platform, how will you capture value?

Summary

The way we think about health care is changing. New technologies are enabling the industry to reorganize itself around patients, who, equipped with better information, will take more control of their own care.

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By

Pamela Spence

EY Global Health Sciences and Wellness Industry Leader and Life Sciences Industry Leader

Ambassador for outcomes-based performance and healthy aging. Advocate for women.