telecoms for health

telecoms for health

Uniting leading telecoms operators and technology players with healthcare professionals to target key healthcare pain points

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STL Partners is a research and consulting firm specialising in the growth opportunities for telecoms, including deep expertise in how telecoms operators and technology players can support the development of increasingly connected healthcare services. We support telecoms operators and digital health players with insight and strategic advice on how they can partner to drive digital transformation in health.

Through our research and advisory services, we explore how emerging and maturing technologies such as IoT, 5G, private networking and edge computing can solve key healthcare pain points. By learning from telecoms operators’ experiences around the world, we also identify the key skills, capabilities and partnerships operators must develop in order to successfully understand and meet healthcare customers’ needs.

At STL Partners, we strongly believe that telecoms’ operators expertise in connectivity, combined with their strong relationships with government, regulators, consumers and enterprises, will enable them to play a key role in supporting the development of more proactive and patient-centric healthcare services.

The telecoms for health conference

Adoption of advanced networking technologies and IoT can enable healthcare providers to become more proactive and outcome-driven in patient care.

But deeply ingrained workflows among time-poor healthcare professionals combined with technology-, rather than user-, driven application development has resulted in poor adoption so far. In this track we explore how telecoms operators can take a customer centric approach to driving digital transformation in healthcare

Some of the questions that the session will address are:

1. Which connectivity-enabled application areas will drive the biggest cost savings in healthcare?
2. What are the key benefits and use cases for 5G and edge computing in healthcare?
3. How can telecoms help healthcare providers deploy end-to-end solutions in virtual care and remote patient monitoring?
4. What makes a successful business model and market approach for telcos in health?

Who is this CONFERENCE for?

  • CIOs of healthcare organisations, “head of digital”, and IT buyers in healthcare seeking to adopt connectivity-supported digital health solutions, and understand how telecoms operators could help
  • Telecoms operators who want to learn how to build a business in the healthcare vertical
  • Telemedicine and remote monitoring companies seeking to understand how they could work with telecoms operators as channel partners to expand into new countries

why should i attend this conference?

Join us to hear first-hand cases and examples from leading telecoms operators and technology players working with healthcare professionals, as well as a high level view of how COVID-19 has impacted the digital health market.

They will demonstrate how new technologies can solve connectivity and IT challenges for healthcare organisations, strategic partnerships and business models to accelerate adoption of virtual care and remote monitoring, and lessons learned from past successes and failures.

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Why should i attend this conference

Join us to hear first-hand cases and examples from leading telecoms operators and technology players working with healthcare professionals, as well as a high level view of how COVID-19 has impacted the digital health market.

They will demonstrate how new technologies can solve connectivity and IT challenges for healthcare organisations, strategic partnerships and business models to accelerate adoption of virtual care and remote monitoring, and lessons learned from past successes and failures.

conference agenda

Session Name Session description
Opening Remarks

Keynote Address: Which connectivity-dependent application areas will drive the most value for the healthcare industry post-COVID?

The pandemic has accelerated adoption of digital health solutions by 5-10 years, but which ones will drive the biggest cost savings/avoidance for healthcare providers? The answer varies significantly from one country to another, depending on the healthcare market structure, level of IT maturity, and demographics.
1. Which applications are driving the biggest cost savings between now and 2030 – remote monitoring, virtual care, diagnostics & triage, or population data & analytics?
2. How does this differ across countries, e.g. the UK vs USA?
3. Real-world case studies of innovative business models and technologies driving digital health adoption in key markets
Presentation + panel discussion: 5G in healthcare 5G will enable telecoms operators to bring a whole new set of capabilities and services to healthcare organisations, from much more powerful, reliable, secure and flexible mobile connectivity, to more scalable IoT and private networks. But this will not happen overnight, so what does the roadmap look like?
1. Key 5G use cases including connected ambulance and remote monitoring, and timelines for adoption
2. The role of private networks, network slicing and edge computing in healthcare
3. Case studies of cutting edge applications enabled by 5G and edge computing
Coffee Break and Networking
Presentation + fireside chat: How telecoms players can support digital health services beyond connectivity
Telecoms operators can enable digital transformation of healthcare across three layers in the value chain: connectivity, platforms (e.g. IoT, data management/exchange) and end-to-end applications. Where should they focus and who should they partner with?
1. Platforms – how are IoT and data management/exchange platforms supporting healthcare transformation?
2. Applications – how can telcos and technology players collaborate to deliver end-to-end solutions?
3. Examples of successful partnerships and business models
Panel discussion: Successful business models for telcos in health
One of the biggest challenges in bringing new connectivity-enabled solutions into healthcare is getting the business model right. Ensuring solutions are designed to meet both the customer need (healthcare providers) with end user needs (medical professionals, patients, care givers, etc.) is a delicate balancing act. What's the key to success?
1. GTM strategies for assisted living, virtual care, remote monitoring and data services
2. Co-developing solutions with healthcare providers
3. B2B vs B2C approach in digital health
Lunch and Networking


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