June 8, 2023
Global hubs: A path to capability-driven growth
The healthcare industry is has gone through an entire inflection point through COVID-19. It ramped up and grew from strength to strength and now the expectations and challenges are higher than ever. They are facing numerous changes and risks, including sectoral dynamics, regulations, politics, and economics. To stay competitive, companies need to focus on technology, talent, and digital transformation, and invest in global R&D spending. Building Global Capability Centers (GCCs) has proven to be an effective tool in addressing talent shortages ,staying competitive and accessing new markets.
Additionally, it’s becoming increasingly important for healthcare companies to prioritize availability, efficiency, and technology-driven solutions to meet the evolving needs of their patients and customers. By leveraging digital tools and global talent, these companies can and have improved operational efficiency, enhance patient outcomes, and drive better patient engagement. We are here to discuss how organizations are thinking of these important mandates and how organizations may consider leveraging global talent to achieve their vision.
This event will be beneficial for CXOs, Sr Directors/Directors, SVPs, and other decision-makers from companies in the Healthcare value chain (including Healthcare Providers, Payers, Medical Devices firms, Pharmaceuticals, etc.)
Join leaders interested in discussing healthcare, medical, and pharma companies’ path to establishing and leveraging global teams on the way towards capability-driven growth.
Job titles may include CEO, CIO, CTO, and other senior decision-makers in Engineering and R&D.
Guests to check-in online
Welcome by the Ortus Club and Introduction of the Guests
Presentation by NASSCOM and Zinnov
Questions and Answers
Whiskey tasting with sommelier
Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group