Digital transformation impacts people, processes, and technology
That is why we support our clients in evolving their digital platforms, to achieve their business goals and meet consumer needs and expectations. Our healthcare practice, staffed by a global team of experts, is broad and includes consulting, technology platforms and integrations, strategy, user experience, analytics, operations, managed services, custom applications, and more. Moreover, our access to data and insights across industries, such as retail and hospitality, inspires the solutions we can implement with our healthcare clients.
By balancing the power of innovation and industrialization, we have successfully delivered HCP Portals, KOL Engagement, Event Portals, Patient Support Programs, Disease Awareness, Product Sites, Corporate Communication, Digital Marketing, CLM, CRM integration, Core Digital Platforms.
During our longstanding partnership with global healthcare organizations, we have developed a unique suite of digital skills and services that combine strategy, innovation and technology. These innovative solutions enable us to engage in more meaningful ways with key stakeholders and achieve measurable impact. We provide industrialization at scale by enabling the efficient roll-out of unified solutions in multiple markets worldwide.
We are trusted by leading brands such as Novo Nordisk, Sanofi, Novartis, Bristol Myers Squibb, Alcon, Philips, CAE, Saintas, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Penn Medicine, CHRISTUS Health, and Shriners Hospitals for Children.
Making digital the primary enabler of more sustainable business models and more meaningful lives
Covid-19 served as an amplifier of a new normal. Pandemics, like other humanitarian crises, are times of profound change and uncertainty.
As Covid-19 illustrated immediate danger above-ground, there are even more powerful forces building up pressure under the surface. The landscape of health was already transforming in radical ways long before the outbreak.
The response to the collision of these pressures will be a series of 360° health transformations within services, data and experiences as stakeholders seek to form ecosystems to reinvent themselves. Across the landscape, digital will emerge as the primary enabler of more sustainable business models and more meaningful lives.
Demographic squeezes and increased NCD prevalence are eroding the financial viability of healthcare.
Systems biology is forming a scientific reinterpretation of human health, contradicting the current provision of healthcare.
Autonomous citizens are demanding life-improving experiences based on personal health needs that are currently unavailable.
Big tech is moving fast and breaking things in the health space rendering existing value propositions obsolete.