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Medicen & Alcimed White Paper – IMPACTS OF THE COVID-19 CRISIS ON THE HEALTH INDUSTRY

24 July 2020 | Position papers

With MEDICEN and in collaboration with numerous players from the health sector, Alcimed has identified 7 key and structuring learnings for the health sector after the COVID-19 crisis. This work points out well-known reflection, however the crisis gave them a new dimension. Among other things, we can mention the extreme fragmentation and segmentation of the health sector which would benefit from developing the synergies of the multiple health projects and players, and the lack of national and European sovereignty in terms of the production of health products.

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Alcimed Position Paper – FOOD 2050

22 July 2020 | Position papers

Position paper ‘Food : the consumer guide in 2050’ (in French). At Alcimed, we have identified the major and emerging trends that are shaping our way of consuming and imagined how they will impact our food on the horizon of 2050 around 3 major questions: Which products will be consumed? How will food products be procured? How will we consume them?

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Alcimed White Paper – CUSTOMER ENGAGEMENT

18 June 2020 | Position papers

The role of the pharmaceutical industry is to deliver therapeutic innovations and bring them to real-life medical practices. Customer engagement is one of the critical component of the pharma model to enable to transfer these innovations into care practices and bring efficient and safe treatment options to patients to improve their lives. With this paper we aim to help decision makers within pharma companies reach this goal and excel in its execution while adapting it to today’s digitalized world, made even more online-driven by the covid-19 pandemic.

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HYDROGEN, let’s imagine 2050

14 January 2020 | Position papers

From large industrial players to specialized SMEs, several tens of billions of euros will very soon be committed, each year in Europe, to the development of the hydrogen sector, so that it can take its place alongside batteries and biofuels.

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