How should you respond when disruption comes knocking? Deny, defend and deceive... and the problem's still there, says Dominic Pride in this second of four posts from the D:Health Annual Strategic Forum in Health Technology.
As we prepare for the D:Health event on 14 December, Dominic Pride reprises thoughts from the recent D:Health Strategic Forum and looks at how health is being disrupted by players large and small.
Here we share work from designers exhibiting at the SensoryX Fashion Catwalk Show at the Giant Health Event, the world's first wearable healthtech fashion show.
Upstart attended Giant Health 2017 with Instigator Dominic Pride keynoting the “New Prescription for Pharma” stage. Our operations wrangler Sasha Dworkin brings you just four key takeaways from three days, eight tracks and a slew of exhibitors.
In this last post adapted from Giant Health Event, Upstart Breakthrough Strategy's Dominic Pride shows how Pharma and Digital can knit together old and new therapies by standardising and exposing their assets. This can future-proof their strategy and product development.
In Part 5 we step away from Digital Health and look to our phones for some understanding and inspiration for transformation from transportation. Dominic Pride explains how Citymapper can provide a blueprint for future health.
In this fourth post from Dominic Pride's Giant Health, Pharma Giles and Digital Harriet would love to work together. But it all goes wrong when they try and make molecules and algorithms play nicely together.
We've met Unwell Ilse and Pharma Giles. Now we meet Digital Harriet who is rewiring patient care with her VC-funded health app Digilive.
In our first post we met our unwell person Ilse. Now let's meet Giles the Pharma guy who makes the drug therapy. We'll take a look at his API and what he understands by that.
In a series of 6 posts taken from Dominic Pride's talk at Giant Health Event we look at how information and “stuff” can flow into and out of organisations We ask the question “how can Pharma go from read-only to being read-write?”
Day 2 is stasis, says Jeff Bezos. Followed by irrelevance. Followed by excruciating, painful decline. Followed by death. And that is why it is always Day 1.
Sleep is very important but in this time of sleep deprivation we are clearly not very good at it. Here we go through some pointers on how to do sleep better based on the science of our circadian rhythm.
We spend a third of our lives asleep and we all know that it’s important for our productivity. But why do we sleep, how does it help us and exactly how important is it?
Our intern Sasha Dworkin is currently knee-deep in wrangling and adding efficiency to our operations. She also has a degree in Neuroscience from King’s College London, so we thought we’d put her studies to good use. Sasha recently shared her knowledge and answered the team’s questions at Upstart Towers. In the first of three posts here, Sasha cuts through the noise and hype and explains what you need to know about this important discipline.
Lean Startup author Eric Ries says the build>measure>learn loop is fitting for strategy work. Chief Instigator Dominic Pride explains why and how Upstart is doing that.
Payers are stretched between higher costs of delivery and lower citizen willingness to pay. Startups must consider the role of payers and reimbursement models from day one in their quest to extract value.
Strategists love big ideas. Unless you plan to put them into action your ideas will end up gathering digital dust, says Dominic Pride.