What is PaceSetters?
PaceSetters is a thought leadership series hosted by Venky Ananth. Here, he connects and engages with some of the most illustrious people from the healthcare industry and beyond. Together, these academicians, business leaders and innovators, will be exploring the healthcare revolution, setting the pace for what’s next and for every tomorrow.
Welcome to the first episode of PaceSetters with Venky Ananth. A series where the Global Head of Healthcare at Infosys engages with brilliant minds from the industry and beyond. This episode features Prof. Mohanbir Sawhney, Associate Dean for Digital Innovation at Kellogg School of Management. Watch the video to discover how to drive down costs while enhancing experiences, the future of technology platforms and the importance of employee training in setting the pace for change.
Welcome to the second episode of PaceSetters with Venky Ananth featuring Marvin Richardson, a seasoned industry player and has deep experience in healthcare and multiple verticals across insurance banking capital markets. In this episode watch Marvin and Venky deep drive into how an organization can develop the right strategy for digital transformation. While technology holds promise, its important to have the right measures to identify and address key challenges such as technical debt. Learn more about these challenges and an integrated approach to transformation with Venky Ananth and Marvin Richardson.
Welcome to the next episode of PaceSetters with Venky Ananth and Dave Grimm, VP Digital Enterprise Growth for Blue Shield of California. Dave is a broadly experienced digital marketing, user experience design and digital transformation executive who has created innovative customer experiences for start-ups and global corporations. This episode talks about Dave journey in Digital Growth Enterprise, to build an interface that creates value for their audiences. Dave talks about the digital transformation journey at Blue Shield, how he foresees the future unfolding from a Blue Shield perspective.
Welcome to the fourth episode of PaceSetters with Venky Ananth and Tom Swanson, Head of Industry Strategy & Marketing - Health & Life Sciences at Adobe. Tom helps Adobe in strategizing ways to transform the customer experience in healthcare, as well as positioning Adobe to play a leadership role in redefining how each of us engage our personal healthcare ecosystems. In this episode, he talks about digital transformation in healthcare was influenced by consumer expectations & demand and the importance for putting consumers at the centre of this journey.
Welcome to the fifth episode of PaceSetters with Venky Ananth and Jim Graham, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Prime Therapeutics. Prime Therapeutics is in Pharmacy Benefits Management or PBM which is bringing together health plans, drug manufacturers, and pharmacies to serve the patients. Prime Therapeutics is a major player in powering this transformation with Jim as the senior leader helming this digital advancement to help make health care better in the future. In this episode, he talks about impact of digital transformation in pharmaceutical industry with the use of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning & Evolution of PBM in Healthcare Industry
Welcome to the sixth episode of PaceSetters with Venky Ananth and Claus Jenson, CIO of Teladoc Health. Teladoc Health is a digital native firm that have revolutionized virtual healthcare. It aims to provide patients with Whole person healthcare from primary care, mental health, chronic condition management etc., with the better healthcare accessibility to all. With over 20 years of experience in digital innovation in healthcare and technology industry, Claus leads the research and development team in Teladoc Health with prime focus on virtual whole person care. In this episode, he talks about recent trends in healthcare industry, with the different modes of AI to help in data processing and decision making. He emphasis the objective here is not to replace the existing system, it’s to power up all the good forces in healthcare to deliver a better experience while explaining the village doctor paradox.