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Unlocking the power of data to improve health outcomes: five trends to watch
Five trends are leading the rise of a new, data-centric approach to health care. An organization’s ability to generate value depends on how effectively it can unlock the power of data and generate insights by connecting, combining and securely sharing data at greater scale than ever before. Learn more by visiting us at ey.com/lifesciences
May 09 2019
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2019 EY M&A Firepower report
Over the past three decades, life sciences companies have used their biological and chemical know-how to create significant value for themselves, their shareholders and most importantly patients. In today’s fast-changing environment, it’s very likely that life sciences companies will need access to an array of medical and non-medical data to demonstrate value to their stakeholders.
Feb 06 2019
When a human body is the biggest data platform, who will capture value?
An EY study shows that data and digital are transforming the life sciences industry. Hear from leaders how industry players can seize the upside of this disruption, and what it means for patient-consumers.
Jan 16 2019
Audiobook EY Pulse of the Industry 2018
In EY Pulse of the industry, we examine the annual performance of the medical device industry in the context of the technological advances and rising customer expectations associated with the Fourth Industrial Revolution. To thrive in this transformative age, medtechs must adapt their business models to meet the increased expectations of consumers and other health stakeholders. Read more by visiting www.ey.com/pulse
Oct 22 2018
Audiobook EY Life Sciences 4.0
In Life Sciences 4.0: securing value through data-driven platforms, we explore how health is being reimagined because of scientific and technological change and rising customer expectations. We also examine the ramifications for life sciences companies’ market offerings, business models and the new capabilities needed as the disciplines of health care and technology merge to become “health technology”. Read more by visiting us at ey.com/lifesciences
Jul 15 2018