Date：27 July (Wednesday)
Time: 09:00 – 10:30 (GMT+8)
Vice President, Global Pharma Strategy
An economist by profession, Graham Lewis had, before entering the pharmaceutical industry, widespread experience of international market research, product management and business development at major industrial companies such as Philips and Cadbury Schweppes.
Over the past 30+ years Graham has increasingly focused on strategic issues within the pharmaceutical industry, with particular emphasis on geographical growth opportunities, mergers and acquisitions, portfolio planning, forecasting and optimal launch planning and execution.
He has spoken at conferences in Europe, North America, Latin America and the Far East, including China, and is widely sought after for his strategic insights.
In May 2002, he was awarded the first Lifetime Achievement Award bestowed by the Pharmaceutical Business Intelligence and Research Group in recognition of his “outstanding lifetime contributions to the Pharmaceutical Industry and Market Research Profession”.
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In 2023 it is forecasted that COVID-19 will be classified as an endemic infection alongside influenza, thus permitting the emergence of a ‘New Normal’ in healthcare. However, the damage brought to healthcare management, declining economic growth and high inflation are converging and will promote disruptive changes which will have a fundamental impact on the role played by Pharma in meeting healthcare needs. Innovation will be redefined in terms acceptable to Payers, greater rigor will be needed in selecting medicines for commercialization, engagement with customers will become less intimate and more transactional, and in the continuing quest to revitalize pipelines China will begin to play a more fundamental role in discovery and development.
Success will depend on embracing these changes aiding the recovery of healthcare and its transition to new levels of effective performance, and grasping the rapidly emerging opportunities as digital health transformation moves centre stage