Pharmaceuticals, Medical Devices & Healthcare Key Themes For 2022
Monday, 10th January 2022
Webinar | 08:00 London GMT | 09:00 Central European Time CET | 16:00 Singapore SGT
The global healthcare sector will be characterised by an ongoing return to normality in 2022 after the disruption caused by the pandemic in 2020/21.
Covid-19 vaccines will continue to be rolled-out in emerging markets, with developed states increasingly delivering booster shots. Demand for diagnostics will remain high in an effort to contain variants such as Omicron. Other key themes for 2022 include medicine pricing in the US, medical device AI regulation and sustainability in healthcare.
Topics covered will include:
- Covid-19 Vaccines And Therapeutics Will Demonstrate Strong Sales.
- Watered-Down Medicine Pricing Reform In The US Will Impact Industry Outlook
- Global Medical Device Market To Return To More Consistent Growth
- Covid-19 Diagnostics, Connected Devices And AI Regulation To Be Key Themes In 2022.
- Health Expenditure Growth To Slow In Developed Markets
- Focus On Environmental Sustainability In Healthcare To Increase
Head of Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare & Medical Devices
Based in London, Jamie leads a global team of analysts in identifying market entry and expansion opportunities, assessing operational risks and analyzing corporate growth strategies. Prior to joining Fitch Solutions in 2006, Jamie wrote for Thomson Scientific and tracked investigational drugs through clinical trials at PharmaProjects. Jamie graduated from King’s College, London with a degree in Pharmacology with Management and received an MBA from the Open University in 2019.
Based in Manchester, Kieran is a Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare & Medical Devices Analyst, producing research on trends and developments in healthcare across global markets as well as company growth strategies. Kieran joined Fitch Solutions in March 2020. Prior to working for Fitch Solutions, Kieran worked in recruitment and for a medical research company. Kieran holds a BSc in Biology from the University of Sheffield and graduated from the University of Warwick with an MSc in Environmental Science and Climate Change in 2019.