As 2020 winds down, we want to look to the year ahead. In this minisode, we sit down with Vynamic’s Life Sciences Sector Advisor, Karen Baldry, to discuss the trends she sees being the most impactful in 2021. The episode opens with a discussion of the COVID-19 vaccine and the shift in focus from clinical trials to supply, distribution, pricing, and access (01:15). Even after a vaccine is available, life sciences organizations will likely still see long term impacts of the pandemic across the business (01:52), with digital becoming an increasing area of concentration and innovation (02:15). The conversation then moves to the impact of these trends (03:00), including changes to future vaccine and drug development, interactions with HCPs (04:05), and investment in omnichannel (5:04). The interview closes with the hope that learnings from 2020 unlock new opportunities for life sciences companies and organizations across the entire healthcare industry (6:09).
Building an Industry-Changing Patient Innovation Hub
Only 10% of pharma’s patient programmes measure the patient experience. To address this gap, a leading global pharmaceutical company engaged Vynamic as a strategic partner to establish a Patient Innovation Hub that will help change the way the industry develops patient-focused solutions in the future.
- Life Sciences
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Developing a Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Roadmap and Company Mindset
The leadership of a large global pharmaceutical company placed a priority focus on Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) and engaged Vynamic to help define and mobilize a roadmap of initiatives with the intention of embedding more holistic DEI thinking within the organization. Read how Vynamic helped instill accountability among the company leadership to ensure DEI would have a long-lasting impact on employees.
- Life Sciences
Enabling Equity In Digital Health
Trending News – September 16, 2021
Opportunities for Patient Centricity in Life Sciences
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Importance of Culture in Return to Workplace Planning
COVID-19 Business Response – Phase 4: The Great Culture Reset
- Culture Curation
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