Webinar: Can digital solutions at the interface of life sciences and healthcare improve health outcomes and reduce costs?

The medtech industry has an equally important role to play as other healthcare stakeholders in helping to reduce costs, improve the quality and efficiency of care, improve patient engagement and support the transition to value-based care (VBC). These imperatives require the medtech companies to provide robust and reliable data and insights back to providers and payers on the expected clinical benefits, cost savings and operational efficiencies generated by the use of their devices and other portfolio offerings.

For the most meaningful and contextualized insights, this means device usage should be directly linked in the care workflow of providers and care teams, connected to the universal patient record and also linked to hospital operations. However the challenges of interoperability, difficulties in integrating disparate healthcare data and the complexity of care delivery and care reimbursements can complicate these endeavours. Come join our webinar to:

  • Learn about regulatory and market imperatives driving digital transformations at the intersection of medtech, providers and patients
  • Learn about the key challenges facing the space and expert panels’ views on how to overcome these
  • See some examples of success in building digital ecosystems that connect devices, patients, care teams, providers and payers to enable the 4Ps of medicine (Predictive, Preventive, Personalized and Participatory)

Featured Speakers

Sukhveer Singh

Global Head of Healthcare Insights

Roche Information Systems

Sukhveer Singh is a technology enthusiast, thought leader and maven who believes in the transformational potential of informatics and is an evangelist for the adoption of mobility, big data, cloud-computing, and personalized medicine within healthcare in general and oncology specifically. Currently Sukhveer leads the strategy and business development for the Diagnostics Information Solutions at Roche. Sukhveer has 25+ years of multifunctional and international experience with industry leading healthcare multinationals, further enhanced by top-tier business school education and strategic management consulting experience. He has a repeatedly proven track record of building technology solutions for healthcare applications including enterprise health IT, radiology and oncology.

Christian Howell

Vice President and General Manager of Medical Device and Diagnostics

Aetion

Christian is responsible for a cross-functional team focused on the development of innovative new business models and the execution of Aetion’s Medical Device and Diagnostic strategy.
Recognized as a forward-thinking industry leader in real world evidence and value-based healthcare, Christian has presented on payment system transformation and partnership strategies with healthcare professionals around the world. He has presented on strategic partnership development and value-based healthcare at the G20 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, The Harvard Business Review Forum on Value-based Healthcare, and numerous other events globally.
Christian brings 20 years of medical device leadership experience to Aetion. He was previously the Vice President of Value Based Healthcare at Medtronic. Christian has held positions of increasing responsibility in Sales, Product Marketing, Strategic Marketing, Sales Leadership, and Business Development during his career.

Smriti Khera, Ph.D.

Sr. Director, Life Sciences

Innovaccer

Smriti currently leads the Life Sciences marketing team at Innovaccer. She has 15+ years of leadership across R&D, business strategy and marketing in biopharma, research instrumentation and high tech industries. She holds a PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences from the University of Arizona and executive management from Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Date:  Monday, December 6, 2021
Time:  11am ET / 8am PT
Duration:  1 Hour


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