The North America edition of TCS Innovation Forum 2021 had industry leaders and subject matter experts weigh in on the reimagined future of the health and wellness ecosystem, and the accelerated trend toward employee mental wellbeing, especially in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Holistic health and wellness includes multiple aspects—physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional wellbeing, and sometimes, financial as well as social wellbeing. The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the need to collaborate toward harnessing individual and social will to achieve affordable and value-based healthy living extensions.
The health and wellness ecosystem is evolving across multiple industries—including life sciences, healthcare, public services, energy, retail, and financial services—contributing to the rapid changes in the broader healthcare landscape. At the North America edition of the TCS Innovation Forum 2021, we invited business and technology leaders to explore and reimagine the future of this emerging ecosystem.
Pfizer’s Global Head of Biometrics and Data Management, Kannan Natarajan, shared his experience and the need to accelerate healthcare innovation during the COVID-19 pandemic, following which a panel discussed the unprecedented opportunity for collaboration this presents.
The session was moderated by Nidhi Srivastava, Vice President and Global Head, Google Cloud Business, TCS, and other panelists included Alan Douville, Chief Information Officer and Chief Information Security Officer, Stryker; Arun Kumar
Bhaskara-Baba, Vice President, Global Manufacturing IT Product Line, J&J Technology; Tsvi Gal, Head of Enterprise Technology Services, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center; and Magna Hadley, Vice President and Global Head, Healthcare Advisory, TCS.
The panel shed light on the significance of digital innovation as a key enabler for sustainable health and wellness.
Watch the detailed discussion here: