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Deloitte predicts the future of healthcare and life sciences in 2025

Dec 22
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Based on evidence available today, Deloitte has made ten predictions about the future of healthcare and life sciences.

It looks at how companies and staff may behave and operate by 2025, as organisations continue to move forward in the field.

Here’s what Deloitte believes the future will look like:

  • Hyper-personalised insights will enable individuals to take preventative steps to avoid chronic disease.
  • The public health system will use intelligent screening and vaccination programmes to focus on high-risk populations.
  • Scientific advancements will allow clinicians to base their diagnoses and treatment methods on predictive, preventative, personalised and participatory medicine.
  • Healthcare providers will work more productively due to more advanced AI-enabled robotics, cognitive automation and digitalisation.
  • A patient-centric healthcare model will have emerged, with a digital-first healthcare delivery model making sure patients are in the most appropriate healthcare setting.
  • Medtech companies will determine the future of health, targeting transformative technology to improve products and services.
  • Success rates in drug discovery will have improved, with the time and cost involved being reduced thanks to AI.
  • End-to-end visibility of the supply chain will be achieved through an interconnected digital supply network.
  • Healthcare and life science organisations will prioritise reducing their carbon footprint and improving their sustainability.
  • Health clusters will be created through trusted partnerships between industry, academia and providers that share views on value exchange.

Hanno Ronte, partner at Monitor Deloitte, said: “We have seen a new public appreciation of the contribution that healthcare and life sciences companies make to each countries’ response to the pandemic.

“There has also been a huge acceleration in the pace and scale of technology-enabled transformation in ways of working and engaging with patients across the whole health ecosystem that has stood out.”

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