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Life Sciences

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In Life Sciences we are addressing two branches: preserving health and providing food.

The Life Sciences Exploratory project aims to provide more in-depth understanding of the preserving health branch, which is composed of two categories: providers (care delivery) and suppliers (medical device and pharmaceutical industries). 

General assurance roles were identified for both providers and suppliers categories based on: 

  1. Identification of the main stakeholders, 
  2. Mapping the money flow between these stakeholders, and 
  3. General trends analysis.

As a follow up to the Exploratory Project in Life Sciences, in today’s era of exponentially increasing data, information, and ubiquitous digitalization, we are exploring disruptive forces in future healthcare delivery.

Learn more about the forecast for Life Sciences in our Technology Outlook 2025 publication.

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Bobbie Nicole Ray-Sannerud
Bobbie Nicole Ray-Sannerud

Program Director, Precision Medicine Group Technology and Research

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