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Studies have shown that organisations with higher digital maturity are almost three times more likely to generate growth and increase profit margins than less mature organisations. With increased competition, getting the digital experience wrong could be catastrophic for your brand.
Today’s pursuit of robust, efficient, sustainable health systems centres around three words. Partner. Innovate. Build. And that’s why these are at the heart of the
Healthcare, like most other sectors is becoming increasingly consumerised brought on by an uptick in digital transformation rapidly progressed by the pandemic. Patients now expect
The latest report from global law firm McDermott Will & Emery looks at the international investment landscape in healthcare, and life sciences. HBI speaks to
We talk to Dr. Nick West, the Chief Medical Officer, Global Medical Affairs for Abbott’s Vascular business about the results from Beyond Intervention—a multi-year global research initiative that uncover the differing perspectives of the patient, the physician, and the healthcare leader.
Ahead of HBI 2022 next month, HBI caught up with Stéphane Pichon, founding managing partner, Your Care Consult and the chair of the Investing in
These elite organisations are the spearhead for medical research in Europe and the rich Middle East. They are also the places where complex conditions are diagnosed and
Following the rapid digital transformation of healthcare, we are seeing the emergence of digital health ecosystems to meet the need to join up all of
Ahead of speaking at HBI 2022 in June, we interviewed Jürgen Laartz, founder, and Alexandra Cosma, COO, EDU Malta to find out more about their
In conversation with Tim Clover, CEO, Rayner and HBI 2022 panellist Few healthcare services sectors are as tech focused as ophthalmology – but where there