Strategy& Insider

Strategy& Insider

Exploring future trends and their impacts

Strategy& Insider Podcast Episode 13 – Creating an empathetic patient experience

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We are honored to welcome Aashima Gupta, Director of Global Healthcare Strategy and Solutions at Google Cloud, as the latest guest to our podcast. She shares how artificial intelligence can augment human productivity in patient care, why the future healthcare model is going to be hybrid, why data interoperability is key for empathetic patient experiences, and where the holy grail for a holistic understanding of a patient’s interaction with healthcare lies.

Strategy& Insider Episode 12 – Striving for a better normal in healthcare

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This episode features Dr. Sachin Jain who is the CEO of Scan Health Plan and who used to serve in the Obama administration. This conversation is about the benefits of virtual specialty care, why we should strive for a better normal instead of a new normal and what it takes to achieve real transformation within the healthcare sector.

Strategy& Insider Episode 11 – Fostering digitization in healthcare with an ecosystem approach

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For the first time, we welcome two guests to our podcast: Henrik Matthies and Julia Hagen from the Health Innovation Hub (hih) share their insights straight out of the ,digital forge' of Germany's Federal Ministry of Health. They stress the importance of an ecosystem approach and explain how COVID-19 may have a silver lining for the digitization of healthcare.

Strategy& Insider Episode 10 – Bridging gaps in mental healthcare with mobile apps

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The tenth episode revolves around the digitization of mental healthcare. Our guest Nora Blum – founder and CEO of the German start-up Selfapy – illustrates that digital apps are a decisive tool in the treatment of mental diseases and increasingly help patients with depressions, eating disorders and other psychiatric illnesses to receive faster and more flexible medical care.

Strategy& Insider Episode 9 - Revolutionizing diagnostics with digital biomarkers

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The ninth episode brings you ever closer to the future of healthcare with Thomas discussing the possibilities of digital biomarkers for modern medicine with Dan Vahdat, founder and CEO of Huma (formerly: Medopad). Together, they shed light on the prospect of diagnosing diseases in the earliest stages and how this contributes to a more preventative and personalized care for patients.

Strategy& Insider Episode 6 - Rewarding health rather than sickness

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Peter Albiez, Chairman of the Management Board of Pfizer Germany, is our latest podcast guest with whom Thomas talked about his vision for healthcare to reward health rather than sickness. Listen now to learn what other opportunities health and life sciences offer to future competitiveness and progress.

Strategy& Insider Episode 5 - Generating trust within a new model of care

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The fifth episode brought Thomas to the United Arab Emirates where he met with Dr. Hamed Al Hashemi, Director for Strategy, Performance and Risk at the Department of Health in Abu Dhabi. Find out how the emirate plans to integrate new means of technology into its healthcare system by capitalizing the knowledge available and co-creating a vision for the future of health with all relevant stakeholders.

About this podcast

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.

Together with experts across all sectors including pharma executives, leading academics and practitioners at hospitals we will discuss how the healthcare industry is expected to change.

by Thomas Solbach, Ghioia Irritier, Jan-Philipp Loch


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