The idea barely existed five years ago, but it certainly does now. Digital healthcare technology has arrived—and it’s getting plenty of attention. In a year when US venture capital funding hit its highest point since 2001, with $47.3 billion, healthcare funding in 2014 dominated the technology space.
In Google's Ambitions in Health, FirstWord maps the journey of one of the leading technology companies and provides context and insights about other companies also investing in the rapidly evolving field of healthcare technology.
Based on expert interviews, market analysis and up-to-date news and views from the field, the report tracks current moves and strategies of leading healthcare tech giants. Focused on Google, and including insights on Apple, Microsoft and others, this report analyses key partnerships and offers insight into pharma’s future in one of the most dynamic and fast-evolving industries.
As digital healthcare technology finds new and innovative ways to put healthcare into the hands of consumers, key questions remain: what might pharma lose by not getting involved in health technology, and where does pharma go from here?
Reasons to Purchase
Insight into the strategies behind Google’s foray into digital healthcare
First hand analysis of how Google is carving out a dominant position in health data and analytics
Timely expert views on pharma’s role as an enabler of health data and systems integration and data sharing
Breakdown of Google’s key health ventures, including the Calico/AbbVie partnership
Access expert knowledge of how pharma can ‘co-create’ the future of digital healthcare
Answers to Pressing Questions
What does 2015 hold when it comes to ‘co-creating’ healthcare through new partnerships and unconventional alliances?
With consumers gaining access to sophisticated diagnostics such as genomics sequencing and wearable devices, what is the future of DIY health?
As tech companies increasingly invest in healthcare, where will opportunities arise for pharma? And more importantly, what’s at risk if pharma doesn’t embrace this digital revolution?
Where else is Google focusing its energy in healthcare?
If Google plans to innovate without a concern for profit, how will this impact pharma?
In-depth expert interviews and research covering the consumerisation of healthcare
Four key strategies for building smart digital healthcare partnerships
Analysis of Google’s key digital healthcare ventures and where they’re headed, plus insights into Apple’s ambitions in the space
Assessments of Google’s European and US investments and ventures
Expert insight into DIY Health and its future
Chief Medical Officer, mobile health solutions company
Trauma Surgeon/Google Glass Explorer, Medical Center, US
CEO at a drug development company, US
Director at center for innovation at an EU university
Director at an leading pharmaceutical company
Head of Epidemiology at a biotech company in France
Digital Marketing Manager at a global pharmaceutical company
Executive Vice President at a pharmaceutical marketing agency
Development manager at a pharmaceutical marketing agency
Director of Product Marketing at a clinical research company
Chief of Staff at a clinical research company
Senior Director of Product at a clinical research company
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