Pharmaceutical and healthcare companies are expected to increase innovation and R&D spending by more than $7 billion in 2013.*
Many argue that innovation has peaked, and that the best days are behind us. At FEI Wellness: Front End of Innovation Wellness, we couldn't disagree more. We believe the increased investments that the industry's top companies will make this year are indicative that this will be the MOST innovative decade in healthcare history.
It's time to start thinking about healthcare's innovative future: It's time to start thinking about YOUR innovative future.
Predicting, Planning and Innovating for an Unpredictable Future
Kenneth A. Savin, Ph.D., Director, Process Chemistry Research, Eli Lilly
Making predictions is easy... making accurate predictions is hard. So, how do we make plans to address a changing business environment?
Approaches used to prepare and design for the future will be described. The approaches include specific methods in scenario planning, building a system for innovation and implementing business systems. The methods described can be applied to a variety of situations and are simple for teams to develop and work on together. A special focus will be made for organizations that are dependent upon innovation and operating in an ever more constricted financial and regulated environment.
FEI Wellness: The Front End of Innovation Wellness is built specifically for YOUR industry in a time where solution-focused collaboration is more important than ever. Key stakeholders across the pharma, healthcare and wellness industries will reach across the table to tackle the issues critical to the advancement of the industry.
In addition to Eli Lilly, you'll hear from:
Beacon Health Systems
Center for Connected Health
Children's Hospital Boston
Continue Health Alliance
Eastern Maine Medical Center
Johnson & Johnson
University of Southern California
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Register today to secure your spot. See you May 6-8 in Boston.