HBA London presents

Connecting, Combining and Sharing: How Platforms Are Transforming Life Sciences


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Event contact

Lisa Adams

+447453278048

 

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Technology is disrupting the life science industry’s traditional balance by empowering patients, payers and new digital entrants as well as changing customer expectations. In order for pharmaceutical companies to continue playing an active role in the wider healthcare economy, they need to start considering how they leverage data and partnerships to not only help them differentiate products and services, but also improve outcomes for their patients. In the future, shareholder value will be driven not only by outcomes but also how personalized you are.

Personalization allows you to be precise, predictive, and proactive to drive participation. All of which will be enhanced through the connection of data and the combination of partners and increased collaboration. Platforms will be a key enabler of this.

Join us for a discussion on how these changes are affecting different players in the healthcare ecosystem.

Agenda
6:30 - 7:00 PM    Registration, networking, drinks and canapes
7:00 - 7:10 PM    Welcome from the HBA
7:10 - 7:40 PM    Digital trends in life sciences
7:40 - 8:25 PM    Panel discussion: Platform Based Business Models
8:25 - 8:30 PM    Wrap-up and close followed by networking drinks

Special instructions: The closest underground and train station is London Bridge.

Registration information
Event is open to: HBA members and nonmembers
Online registration deadline: January 15, 2018
Onsite (walk-in) registration: Is allowed

This event is nonrefundable.

 

Featured speakers

Aaron Bean

Director, life sciences

EY - Europe

Nuala Sheerin

UK digial transformation lead

Pfizer Inc.

Bruce Hellman

CEO and founder

uMotif

Helen Merriott

UKI retail and consumer products market leader

EY - Europe

 

Learning objectives

1. Understand how different industry players are adapting to platform based business models.

 

Registration information

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 Registration NamePrice Level1 - Early Bird (until January 5)2 - Regular (after January 5)

RegistrationName Regular registration

 Regular registrationMember$20.00$30.00
 Regular registrationNon-Member$30.00$45.00

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