Harnessing Positive Disruption in Life Sciences to Achieve Patient-Centric Care
By: Daniel R. Matlis, President
Life-Science organizations must transform or be disrupted! They must harness positive disruption to achieve patient-centric care that supports prevention, improves outcomes as well as providing a holistic patient experience that drives value.
However, to achieve patient-centric care, Life-Science organizations must undergo digital transformation that enables closed loop visibility across the product lifecycle. This transformation requires core paradigm shifts in corporate culture, incentives, strategic planning, regulatory frameworks as well as technological solutions for industry stakeholders.
New technologies like modeling and simulation, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) are enabling patient-centric models to serve more people around the world. The foundation of patient-centric care is the ability to connect the real and digital worlds through multi-discipline, multi-scale modeling and simulation, IoMT connected devices, visibility to data for decision support and greater collaboration. Continue reading