This topic aims at sharing pieces of information about innovation in health that may impact the business of the pharmaceutical industry, such as connected health devices, smart pills, mobile health apps, tailored medicine, DNA sequencing, evolution of the health care system, and more generally health-related innovation.
“ Le Monde.fr version mobile - Les officines ne pourront survivre que si elles passent d’une fonction de distribution à celle de prestataire d’un service de santé à forte valeur ajoutée, estime Xavier Pavie, professeur d’innovation dans les services à l’ESSEC”
Via Jerome Leleu
The notion of “disruptive innovation” was first used in 1997 by Clayton Christensen (Harvard Business School) to describe an innovation that helps create a new market and value network, and then goes on the destroy what went before. Businesses in the sector have to choose between maintaining status quo (risking extinction) or developing a brand new business model to fulfill its clients’ future or unmet needs. In just a few years, digital technology has profoundly destabilized many sectors: The movie and music industries have been seriously hit by illegal online copies V
As insurance companies expand coverage of telehealth to patients via smartphone, laptop or Skype, the American Medical Association wants to be sure doctors have the proper ethical guidance on this fast-growing form of care. The AMA’s annual policy-making House of Delegates later this week will debate telemedicine, voting on new policy [...]
Officials of the National Cancer Institute joined cancer scientists on Monday to announce the launch of three ambitious clinical trials designed to bolster research undergirding President Obama's precision medicine initiative.
Long trials slow the adoption of medical-centric smart glasses and wearable monitoring tech
Olivier Gryson's insight:
There's an old entrepreneur's adage: "Pioneers get the arrows, and settlers get the land." But in the smart, connected world, "Pioneers get the land, and settlers pay the rent". (Mike Kalthoff, sales executive, ThingWorx, from HBR Jan-Feb 2015)
Despite regulations, it is worth continuing innovating in this area!
C’est en 1997 que Clayton Christensen de la Harvard Business School introduisit pour la première fois le terme de « disruptive innovation » ou innovation de rupture, par opposition au processus d’innovation traditionnelle.
Wearables are starting to pop up everywhere in medicine — except, perhaps, actual clinical settings. Even a staid organization like the American Psychiatric Association had some on hand at its 168th annual meeting this week, as this video illustrates.
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