In this webcast, EY and Microsoft leaders discuss how organizations apply data, AI and data mesh principles in health care and life sciences to unlock insights to enhance supply chain effectiveness and drive value across the organization.
The past two years have amplified the need for all industries to assess the impact of global disruptions on their supply chain and how to redesign their processes to be more resilient, sustainable and intelligent.
Health care and life sciences organizations are no different. They are navigating myriad compounding issues while fast-tracking digital transformation and innovation. To succeed in the future, organizations will need to fully embrace the world of big data, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and smart technologies and break down legacy-based data silos to create more integrated intelligent systems.
Join EY and Microsoft leaders to discuss how cloud-scale data and AI capabilities and data mesh principles create new efficiencies, drive innovation and improve operations. We will review specific actions organizations can take to create a more valuable data ecosystem while delving into some of the results we see across our clients.
Topics we will discuss include:
- The impact building a resilient, intelligent supply chain has on overall organization performance
- Exploring the four principles of data mesh that are helping build greater trust in information
- How Microsoft provides cloud-scale analytics to operationalize new AI models and drive better organization performance
- Navigating from the status quo into the next stage of digital maturity to realize sustainable benefits across your organization
- How health care and life sciences use cases can highlight for all industries the need to :
- Scale data capabilities to improve trust and stewardship
- Forecast and optimize inventory
- Manage the complexities of rising costs and inflation
- Provide insight into self-service across the enterprise
- Traci Gusher, EY Americas Data and Analytics Leader
- Aloha McBride, EY Global Health Sector Leader
- Patty Obermaier, Microsoft Vice President, US Health and Life Sciences
- Hugh Burgin, EY Americas Microsoft Data and AI leader
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