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Scalable Business Models for Digital Health in Oncology

3rd August @ 10:45AM EDT

The investment case for digital health and oncology is straightforward - apply digital innovation to one of the most prevalent diseases worldwide, improve millions of patients' lives, and reap the rewards. While the opportunity may be straightforward, the scalability of these solutions is not. 

The marriage of digital health and oncology is still nascent, with companies figuring out the best approach. A key topic for our community is building sustainable business models and getting over the adoption hurdle to build to scale. 

In this meeting we will break down the pro’s and con’s of the different options to get the right business model for Oncology-focused digital health companies. Join to discuss:  

  • For entrepreneurs, it is important to look at as many options as possible, so flexibility in approach may be required. How can companies streamline their decision making and look at the ability to pivot between, or potentially combine, different business  models? Does having hybrid business models slow down scalability? 
  • While some business models and pilots work in the short term to show early results and initial revenue, they may not be the right model for the scaling phase. How can companies think about model scalability from early on?
  • Scaling within a country can be challenging, but scaling across countries is even more complex. What may work in one country, may not in the neighboring country. What approach should companies take to ensure efficient scalability of their product across geographies?
  • What are the factors that determine the most scalable business model for a digital health company in oncology? E.g. type of cancer, type of product, competitors, available resources, evidence data, etc.
  • While there are direct-to-consumer opportunities within oncology, most companies have taken an approach that requires finding the right partner to get to market. How can companies analyze and prioritize partner opportunities?

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Scalable Business Models for Digital Health in Oncology

Francesca Wuttke
CEO and Founder, nen Health
Lynda Chin
Founder, President and CEO, Apricity Health

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3rd August @ 10:45AM EDT

The investment case for digital health and oncology is straightforward - apply digital innovation to one of the most prevalent diseases worldwide, improve millions of patients' lives, and reap the rewards. While the opportunity may be straightforward, the scalability of these solutions is not. 

The marriage of digital health and oncology is still nascent, with companies figuring out the best approach. A key topic for our community is building sustainable business models and getting over the adoption hurdle to build to scale. 

In this meeting we will break down the pro’s and con’s of the different options to get the right business model for Oncology-focused digital health companies. Join to discuss:  

  • For entrepreneurs, it is important to look at as many options as possible, so flexibility in approach may be required. How can companies streamline their decision making and look at the ability to pivot between, or potentially combine, different business  models? Does having hybrid business models slow down scalability? 
  • While some business models and pilots work in the short term to show early results and initial revenue, they may not be the right model for the scaling phase. How can companies think about model scalability from early on?
  • Scaling within a country can be challenging, but scaling across countries is even more complex. What may work in one country, may not in the neighboring country. What approach should companies take to ensure efficient scalability of their product across geographies?
  • What are the factors that determine the most scalable business model for a digital health company in oncology? E.g. type of cancer, type of product, competitors, available resources, evidence data, etc.
  • While there are direct-to-consumer opportunities within oncology, most companies have taken an approach that requires finding the right partner to get to market. How can companies analyze and prioritize partner opportunities?

Participants

Participants

Francesca Wuttke

CEO and Founder, nen Health

Lynda Chin

Founder, President and CEO, Apricity Health

Andrew Norden

Chief Medical Officer, OncoHealth

Ricardo C. Berrios

Executive Founder, Adhera Health Inc

Richard Secker-Johnson

Associate Principal, ZS Associates

Gandolf Finke

Founder & MD at Mika/Fosanis GmbH

Chris Wasden

Head of Pharma Speciality Solutions & Corporate Strategy, Twill

Adriano Garcez

Strategy & Implementation, Medullan

Mithun Ratnakumar

Strategic Technology Lead Digital Health, Gerresheimer

Kelly McCabe

Co-Founder & CEO, Perci Health

Rayna Patel

Co-Founder and CEO, Vinehealth

Cathy Zaremba

Director of Product Marketing, BrightInsight

Ashutosh Malhotra

Digital Business Development & Innovation Scouting Manager Europe at Daiichi Sankyo Europe GmbH

Katariina Kronholm

Chief Commercial Officer, Kaiku Health

Number of Participants


Up to 12
Date  
August 3, 2022
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Scalable Business Models for Digital Health in Oncology

The investment case for digital health and oncology is straightforward - apply digital innovation to one of the most prevalent diseases worldwide, improve millions of patients' lives, and reap the rewards. While the opportunity may be straightforward, the scalability of these solutions is not. 

The marriage of digital health and oncology is still nascent, with companies figuring out the best approach. A key topic for our community is building sustainable business models and getting over the adoption hurdle to build to scale. 

In this meeting we will break down the pro’s and con’s of the different options to get the right business model for Oncology-focused digital health companies. Join to discuss:  

  • For entrepreneurs, it is important to look at as many options as possible, so flexibility in approach may be required. How can companies streamline their decision making and look at the ability to pivot between, or potentially combine, different business  models? Does having hybrid business models slow down scalability? 
  • While some business models and pilots work in the short term to show early results and initial revenue, they may not be the right model for the scaling phase. How can companies think about model scalability from early on?
  • Scaling within a country can be challenging, but scaling across countries is even more complex. What may work in one country, may not in the neighboring country. What approach should companies take to ensure efficient scalability of their product across geographies?
  • What are the factors that determine the most scalable business model for a digital health company in oncology? E.g. type of cancer, type of product, competitors, available resources, evidence data, etc.
  • While there are direct-to-consumer opportunities within oncology, most companies have taken an approach that requires finding the right partner to get to market. How can companies analyze and prioritize partner opportunities?
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Scalable Business Models for Digital Health in Oncology

3rd August @ 10:45AM EDT
Digital Health in Oncology

Scalable Business Models for Digital Health in Oncology

3rd August @ 10:45AM EDT
Digital Health in Oncology
Francesca Wuttke
CEO and Founder, nen Health
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Lynda Chin
Founder, President and CEO, Apricity Health
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Andrew Norden
Chief Medical Officer, OncoHealth
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Ricardo C. Berrios
Executive Founder, Adhera Health Inc
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Richard Secker-Johnson
Associate Principal, ZS Associates
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Gandolf Finke
Founder & MD at Mika/Fosanis GmbH
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Chris Wasden
Head of Pharma Speciality Solutions & Corporate Strategy, Twill
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Adriano Garcez
Strategy & Implementation, Medullan
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Mithun Ratnakumar
Strategic Technology Lead Digital Health, Gerresheimer
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Kelly McCabe
Co-Founder & CEO, Perci Health
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Rayna Patel
Co-Founder and CEO, Vinehealth
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Cathy Zaremba
Director of Product Marketing, BrightInsight
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Ashutosh Malhotra
Digital Business Development & Innovation Scouting Manager Europe at Daiichi Sankyo Europe GmbH
LinkedIn Profile
Katariina Kronholm
Chief Commercial Officer, Kaiku Health
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Scalable Business Models for Digital Health in Oncology

The investment case for digital health and oncology is straightforward - apply digital innovation to one of the most prevalent diseases worldwide, improve millions of patients' lives, and reap the rewards. While the opportunity may be straightforward, the scalability of these solutions is not. 

The marriage of digital health and oncology is still nascent, with companies figuring out the best approach. A key topic for our community is building sustainable business models and getting over the adoption hurdle to build to scale. 

In this meeting we will break down the pro’s and con’s of the different options to get the right business model for Oncology-focused digital health companies. Join to discuss:  

  • For entrepreneurs, it is important to look at as many options as possible, so flexibility in approach may be required. How can companies streamline their decision making and look at the ability to pivot between, or potentially combine, different business  models? Does having hybrid business models slow down scalability? 
  • While some business models and pilots work in the short term to show early results and initial revenue, they may not be the right model for the scaling phase. How can companies think about model scalability from early on?
  • Scaling within a country can be challenging, but scaling across countries is even more complex. What may work in one country, may not in the neighboring country. What approach should companies take to ensure efficient scalability of their product across geographies?
  • What are the factors that determine the most scalable business model for a digital health company in oncology? E.g. type of cancer, type of product, competitors, available resources, evidence data, etc.
  • While there are direct-to-consumer opportunities within oncology, most companies have taken an approach that requires finding the right partner to get to market. How can companies analyze and prioritize partner opportunities?
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3rd August @ 10:45AM EDT
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