The life sciences and healthcare industries are producing an ever increasing amount of data – DHPs hold the key to harnessing it.
Discover how DHPs are helping life sciences and healthcare companies transform from suppliers of drugs and devices, to end-to-end health solution providers.
How can you access and process siloed data?
How can you build an IT infrastructure to store and handle sensitive data whilst guaranteeing quality, privacy, and security compliance?
How can life sciences and healthcare businesses develop the core competencies needed to turn health data insight into action?
Building, buying and managing systems to support digital health products is a new game for life sciences and healthcare organizations. There are four main routes they can take:
Affords connectivity and data access but requires significant time, effort, and capital investment. In-house expertise need to be developed to ensure longevity of the platform.
Affords the connectivity and data access needed to build an in-house platform. Allows for expert partnerships for non-competencies or specific capabilities.
Makes accessing domain-specific capabilities and appropriate health data sets a challenge. Gives reduced autonomy over ecosystem partner choices.
Partnering with a MedTech PAAS (Platform As A Service) ensures access to domain specific capabilities. Also affords increased scalability and flexibility.
of health data generated by a medical grade connected device per person, per day.
Blaise K. Jacholkowski
Principal Business Consultant Pharma & Life Sciences / Digital Health