2022 – Events
Healthcare Conference – 19th May 2022
Human lifespan has been increasing over the years, thanks to the advancements in lifestyle and healthcare technology. Yet, this quantity of life years not always has translated into its quality. According to some estimates, humanity could add as many as 45 billion extra years of higher-quality life — up to six years per person. So, this daunting task would require reimagining how we view healthcare and solutions that could be sustainably scaled to create global impact while having resource constraints. Some of those solutions may lie in digital technology as it is, by its nature, flexible, scalable, and drives efficiency along the value chain.
And together with renowned Health AI\BigData experts, Digital Diagnostics/Therapeutics leaders and founders from different sectors including women’s health, oncology and many others, we will further our conversation on how technology can help us address some of the most burning and tangible gaps in healthcare today, improve outcomes and increase the quality of our lives.
The event is organized in partnership with a FemTech community and start-up accelerator Tech4Eva that offers a 9 month FemTech start-up acceleration program for companies developing innovative solutions to improve technologies relating to women’s health. Discover Tech4Eva: We accelerate women’s health innovations. More info on www.tech4eva.ch
A warm thank you to our sponsor Tech4Eva.
Big Tech in Healthcare
Does Big Tech need healthcare? And does healthcare need Big Tech? What is the value of technology for healthcare professionals? Join this panel debate to learn more!
April 21st 1-2 PM CET / 3-4 PM GST / 7-8 PM SGT
Women’s Health Awareness Week (14-18 March 2022)
a series organized in collaboration with Entrepreneurship Club.
Jingjin, founder of ZaZaZu, the first sexual wellbeing hub in Asia that synchronizes education, consultation and product to empower women to own their sexuality with confidence. Having exited her first business in automotive sector 2019, Jingjin followed her passion to start a business that challenges status quo and help women to remove self limiting beliefs. Beside that, Jingjin is an Angel investor, a LP in two VCs and EIR at INSEAD.
Margaret (INSEAD 21D) is the CEO and Founder of Amie Health, a digital health platform to support women with chronic illnesses. Amie Health mobile app combines digital health coaching with AI-powered personalization for the future of chronic illness management. Amie Health works with employers, hospitals, and insurance providers to fill a critical gap in care, resulting in improved healthcare at lower costs. Amie Health was inspired by Margaret’s experience with an autoimmune disease where she struggled for decades before getting a diagnosis. Her experience is not unique, up to 83% of women with chronic illness have faced gender discrimination from doctors – having their symptoms dismissed, ignored, and questioned. Previously, Margaret worked at USAID’s Global Health Center for Innovation and cofounded a company designing medical devices for low- and middle-income countries.
Dallas a graduate from the Sauder School of Business at UBC. Before becoming an entrepreneur herself, Dallas consulted Canadian Indigenous entrepreneurs on their business plans. Now her main focus is working towards revolutionizing the birth control experience for all contraceptive users. Dallas was featured as one of the top FemTech Personalities in North America and she sits on the board and steering committee for FemTech Canada, a government supported organization that supports women’s health innovation in Canada.
2021 – Events
Join INSEAD’s Healthcare Club across three sessions to discuss Innovation in Healthcare via a Virtual Conference.
- June 15th, 2021, 7 PM-8 PM CEST / 9PM-10PM GST | Business Model Innovation in Healthcare
- June 16th, 2021, 7 PM-8 PM CEST / 9PM-10PM GST | Technological Innovation in Healthcare
- June 17th, 2021, 7 PM-8 PM CEST / 9PM-10PM GST | Investment Innovation in Healthcare
More information and registration link here
Organized by the INSEAD Healthcare Club, for any questions please contact the team : [email protected]
13-14 Nov, Singapore Healthcare Trek
The Singapore Healthcare Trek took place over the two days of November 13-14, 2019. A plethora of healthtech companies and MNC in Singapore welcomed INSEAD 20J and 19D students with engaging presentation, company tour, special activity and networking. Big thank you to all participating companies: AEvice Health, Holmusk, Abbott, Catalyst SG, Juvoxa, Ayoxxa, Franksmile, ZS, My-Doc, Imagene Labs, Microsoft. Please click here for more details of the trek.
11 May, Healthcare Conference – Digital: Transforming Healthcare, Changing Lives
The 1st Annual INSEAD Healthcare Conference took place in Fontainebleau on May 11th, 2019. The day was packed with inspirational presentations on data analytics, start-ups and emerging markets. Please click here for more details of the conference.
12 February, Piers Ingram (MBA’11J), CEO of Hummingbird Bioscience
- 11 October, FarmaMondo – Chat with CEO
- 10 October, Digital Health Trek in Paris
- 9 October, Healthcare Disruptors: Industry Panel
- 8 October, Student Speaker Series: Mayank Anand, Ivan Burkov, Miha Babic, Akshawra Guru, Sarah Amrein
- 15 May, Arkcannabis, CEO Gavin Sathianathan
- 21 March, Student Speaker Series: Disruptive Innovation in Healthcare by Eliseu Santos, MBA’18D
18-20 October, London
London trek to GSK, Roche, Medicxi Ventures, Cancer Research and Babylon.
12 October, Europe Campus
Pharma webinar: Key Trends in the Pharmaceutical Industry – Moving from Volume to Value
Three pharmaceutical experts discussed how the industry is responding to shifting payer expectations, increased public scrutiny, and the need for innovative pricing models, among other challenges, and creating value in an increasingly competitive landscape.
Florent Zemor – Integrated Care Strategy Lead, Sanofi
Andy Bushell – Global Program Head, Novartis
Reinhard Angelmar – Professor of Marketing and Healthcare Management, INSEAD
12 October, Asia Campus
Trek to Medtronic Singapore Operations (MSO). Students had the opportunity to speak in-depth with Binayak Bagchi, Director HR, APAC, about upcoming opportunities within the organization.
6 October, Asia Campus
Healthcare alumni panel and networking drinks. Speakers included alumni from Sanofi, Takeda, Jana Care, Zuellig Pharma and B Capital.
22 September, Asia Campus
Consumer healthcare trek at GSK’s APAC headquarter in Singapore in collaboration with RCLG Club. The theme was: “Build a career with purpose at the heart of global healthcare”.
5 September, Europe Campus & 12 September, Asia Campus
Student panel discussion to learn from classmates who spent their summers interning in the healthcare industry. Topics included their experience over the summer, their perception of their organization, and tips for breaking in.
16 June, Europe Campus
Paris trek to Sofinovva, QuintilesIMS, Corwave and Pixium Vision.