Reports

  • Pharma, Biotech & MedTech half-year review 2020

    Pharma, Biotech & MedTech half-year review 2020

    The coronavirus pandemic has been the driving force shaping the biopharma and medtech sectors over the first half of 2020. And, while much of the fallout has been predictable, certain events and trends have surprised.

  • COVID-19 report

    COVID-19 report

    Anyone thinking that 2020 might travel down a predictable path for the biopharma sector was swiftly disabused of this view in the opening weeks of the year. The coronavirus pandemic has changed the focus for almost every drug developer, whether they are working on potential treatments or trying to keep their businesses on track – or both.

  • Q3 2020: A new annual record for digital health

    Q3 2020: A new annual record for digital health

    Venture capital dollars flowing to US digital health continued to surge in Q3 2020. One thing is for sure—2020 will be the largest funding year ever for digital health, spurred by 24 mega deals so far.

  • Leapfrogging to a digital healthcare system

    Leapfrogging to a digital healthcare system

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  • When will the COVID-19 pandemic end?

    When will the COVID-19 pandemic end?

    In 1920, a world wearied by the First World War and sickened by the 1918 flu pandemic desperately sought to move past the struggles and tragedies and start to rebuild lives. People were in search of a “return to normalcy,” as Warren G. Harding put it. Today, nearly every country finds itself in a similar position.

  • Reimagining MedTech for a COVID-19 world

    Reimagining MedTech for a COVID-19 world

    COVID-19 is creating unprecedented challenges for the medtech sector. Companies should consider stress-testing operating models to strengthen crisis resilience and the longer-term path to recovery.

  • Digital health technology vision 2020

    Digital health technology vision 2020

    The global pandemic has spurred a massive innovation effort from companies, governments, universities and individuals. Robots are disinfecting cities, cooking hospital food and delivering packages. Smart devices are monitoring patients’ health and collecting valuable health data.

  • National Digital Health Mission

    National Digital Health Mission

    To create a National Digital Health Eco system Support universal health coverage in an efficient, accessible, inclusive, affordable, timely and safe manner Provision data, information and infrastructure services Leverage open, interoperable, standards based digital systems Ensure security , confidentiality and privacy of health data

  • Reinventing Relevance

    With this survey, we sought to understand how healthcare provider operations and needs have changed during COVID-19, and which of these changes will have long-lasting implications for how healthcare providers interact with their patients and with pharma companies.

  • 2020 global health care outlook

    2020 global health care outlook

    Health care stakeholders need to invest in value-based care, innovative care delivery models, advanced digital technologies, data interoperability, and alternative employment models to prepare for these uncertainties and build a smart health ecosystem.

  • COVID-19: A global review of healthcare and life sciences industry issues

    COVID-19: A global review of healthcare and life sciences industry issues

    The increase in legal and regulatory measures arising out of COVID-19 is truly proportional to the growth of the pandemic itself. Although the measures affect all industries, many have special relevance to the healthcare and life sciences sectors. As some industries and services are forced to shut down, players in healthcare and life sciences ambit are pushed to work even harder.

  • World preview 2020, outlook to 2026

    World preview 2020, outlook to 2026

    Few could have predicted the global events leading up to this year’s EvaluatePharma World Preview 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic has cast a long shadow over the pharmaceutical industry – which is battling to find treatments – and indeed over all the citizens of the world, who are adjusting to new ways of living and working.

  • The health fix

    The current health crisis is a wake-up call. Even in a global society that has seen significant advances in technology and healthcare, COVID-19 threatens the physical health and emotional well-being of us all.

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