Digital health philosopher John Nosta discusses 10 inevitable changes in pharma in 2015 with Michael DePalma, President at M3 Health and Richie Etwaru, Chief Digital Officer at Cegedim.
There is a sea change at hand.
We are entering a new era of human civilization.
It’s the era of health.
Today, like no other time in human history we are seeing the potential for fundamental changes in the management of health and wellness. From genomics to nanorobots, the way disease is discovered and treated is being changed from the inside out. And the striking manifestation of this reality is that the simple (and complicated) notion of cure may be closer than we even realize. And the burden of treatment may be informed by earlier and earlier diagnoses resulting in next clinical strategies.
Recently, I had the pleasure to discuss this concept with Michael DePalma, President at M3 Health and Richie Etwaru, Chief Digital Officer at Cegedim. Our task was to examine the reality of this bold perspective and to consider the implications not only of medicine, but the business model of health and wellness.
So, take a look at what I think is a potential future with a path that’s sure to ruffle some feathers and change some lives along the way.