New Business Models Will Lead The Way To Connected And Personalized Medicine In An Emerging Global Health Economy

Top Quote Acclaimed business futurist and author Marvin Dejean will be the keynote speaker at the upcoming Indian American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky on April 28th, 2015 at 7:00 PM. His talk will focus on the converging trends that are reshaping healthcare into a Global Health Economy (GHE). End Quote
  • Cincinnati, OH-KY-IN (1888PressRelease) April 29, 2015 - Are you ready for the healthcare system to go global? Business futurist and innovation management strategist Marvin Dejean believes it will. In his latest talk entitled "Rethinking Business Models In a Global Health Economy and an Age of Technological Wonder", Dejean outlines key trends he believes points to a an ever increasing connected healthcare economy with a growing number of key players such as retailers, consumer electronics, and even financial services providing customizable services to patients anytime, anywhere. Dejean will be speaking at the next business meeting of the Indian American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky on April 28th, 2015 at 7:00 PM. at The Elements Conference & Events Center, located at 11974 Lebanon Road, Sharonville OH 45241.

    "It is clear that our healthcare system is moving toward a convergence of systems driven by very intelligent and customized digital platforms that will connect patients to doctors, and a myriad of other stakeholders who will create a personalized environment around each individual." states Dejean.

    Those who study the area of healthcare see major changes ahead as the industry continues to evolve from a focus on mass consumption to one where individual customized consumption will predominate. In this newly coalescing ecosystem for global health, consumers and vendors will play an equal role in shaping the health and lives of individuals seeking a better quality of life by tapping into technologies and the "wisdom of crowds" to obtain long lasting benefits.

    As we look forward to the next 5-15 years, many forward-looking institutions, such as the Institute For The Future also predict massive changes in business models within the space where Harvard Business professors Michael Porter and Elizabeth Teisberg suggest that "the locus of competition will shift from who pays? To who provides the best value?" begins to emerge as the primary driver for consumers.

    "The future of Global Health is extremely promising and cutting-edge as we prepare to see emerging economies lead the way with Regional Health Hubs that attract some of the best providers in the industry to the redefinition of patient-doctor relationship shift from merely face-to-face to 24-hour monitoring through Telemedicine, Tele-radiology and Tele-stroke platforms from anywhere. This growing model will create new industries and allow old ones to create innovative spaces that will encompass clients globally and seamlessly in this emerging Global Health Economy." further states Dejean

    For more information about this upcoming talk, please contact the IACC at (513) 542-8597. For media inquiries about Marvin Dejean, please download his media kit or visit Gilead Sanders at, access their blog at or contact him directly at 513-268-7235 or 954-254-9030.

    Dejean is an author, a recurring keynote speaker and consultant for countless organizations and companies seeking to gain a keen understanding of the new rules reshaping the business landscape, consumer expectations and the global competitive environment. His past clientele include Western Union, Grace Kennedy Financial Services, Kaplan University, The Greater Miami Society of Human Resources Professional, and ARCA Capital Investments, The School Board of Broward County and, the PRSA Sunshine District Conference and others. Learn more at

    There was an apparent need to bring together Indian professionals and businesses in the tristate area and facilitate relationships between Indian companies and American businesses. The Indian American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky formed in January 2010 was created to fulfill that need. The mission of the organization is to unite Indian Americans with the purpose of fostering business and professional relationships with other Indian-owned businesses as well as be a conduit for collaboration between U.S. and Indian owned businesses. Learn more by visiting their website at

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