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40 Digital Health leaders to meet this year

This eBook showcases 40 ecosystem leaders in the digital health space that you need to be partnering with in 2019 and beyond - 10 each from the world of Pharma, Insurance, Big Tech & Medtech.

As a taster of what's in the eBook, take a look below at 5 of our featured companies that should be on your radar in 2019 and beyond. 


Having formed its 5-pillar digital strategy in 2016, Sanofi has spent the last few years following through. Encompassing everything from streamlining internal processes and biopharma manufacturing through to enhancement of clinical trials and data analytics, their digital pathway is both compressive and ambitious.

United States

While CVS’s agreement to fund and reimburse the Sleepio app has done the rounds in the media of late, the insurance giant has been moving in this direction for a number of years—back in 2015, for example, it launched digital tools to improve adherence. Today it’s considered one of the top two threats to traditional modes of healthcare delivery, according to a recent Kaufman Hall survey.

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Vitality’s strategy of encouraging of healthy lifestyles has achieved a significant measure of success, with its Apple Watch incentive program resulted in a 34% increase in physical activity across 400,000 people. It’s also made moves into the telehealth arena, launching the Vitality GP app in collaboration with Square Health.


Novartis is taking its scouting strategy seriously—the Biome project promises to provide a huge boost to the start-up ecosystem. This is unsurprising, as the company’s CEO Vas Narasimhan is a long-time advocate of digital health with a history of promoting health tech innovation.


Bayer, too, is going out of its way not only to transform internally, but to give a leg up to digital health companies through its G4A (formerly ‘Grants4Apps’) program. With a focus on developing longer term partnerships and speeding up adoption of innovative solutions, the program is emblematic of big pharma’s digital journey.

Take a look at the full list of 40 companies in our eBook here.

Digital Health has an important part to play in meeting the healthcare challenges of the 21st century. To meet the innovators making this happen, check out our next DigiHealth Leaders event.

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Russell Gardiner
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