The pandemic highlighted the critical needs of global healthcare systems. Technology has turbocharged drug discovery, setting a new bar for pharmaceutical firms. Telemedicine has demonstrated its value for increasing patient access and quality of care. Sensors and wearable devices are showing the potential of remote monitoring to increase convenience and reduce costs for patients and providers.
Even so, healthcare and life sciences ecosystems have historically been resistant to change. Derailed by complex systems and processes, many innovations fail to deliver anticipated benefits. Even with clear evidence that digital innovation can increase access, reduce costs, and improve patient quality of life, the challenge of aligning stakeholders from across the industry slows the rate of adoption.
Our Approach to Innovation in Healthcare
Change Logic helps clients develop and execute innovation in the complex ecosystems of healthcare and life sciences. We work primarily with healthcare technology, health insurance, medical device, and biotechnology companies that are seeking to bring new solutions and business models to market.
Our firsthand experience working in these industries, along with our proprietary tools for ecosystem analysis, enable us to help clients chart a strategic course through this complex world. We work with senior teams to build a case for change, make strategic business decisions about how to allocate resources to realize their firm’s ambitions, and manage their portfolio of new and existing businesses.
We help our clients to adopt evidence-based practices for validating and de-risking unknowns and execute go-to-market strategies that align stakeholders to drive impact and revenue.
“Change Logic understands the complexity of the Healthcare and Life Sciences ecosystem, which makes them an invaluable partner to firms in the industry. They have helped me to accelerate strategy execution at Sema4 and when I was CEO at Source Medical. They are practical and grounded in deep research, though I work with them because I know they will tell me the truth even when it is challenging to hear.”
James Coffin, Ph.D.,
President & Chief Operating Officer, Sema4