The Future of Health Issue
This month’s issue of The Drum is the picture of health as we examine the rapidly evolving space that is healthcare. In it we take a look at three brands consistently referred to as the Googles or Amazons of healthcare – Tencent-backed $5.5bn Chinese medical startup WeDoctor, Ali Parsa’s Babylon and at-home genetic testing giant 23andMe. We find out how VR is being used by a British hospice to help end-of-life patients travel the world without having to leave their seats and see how big pharma is finally realizing the value of a visual brand. We also hear from six startups adopting the subscription model in an attempt to disrupt the healthcare industry and find out how healthy eating is driving a booming vegan market and how big brands are determined to take a bite out of it. Finally, we take the pulse of the NHS at 70, asking whether it could do with a dose of modern brand thinking.
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