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From immersion to impact: How to ensure patient-centric data leads to patient-centric decisions within large health organisations

16. Mai 2024 

Online Talk orga­nized by Apply Club Health Team 

Sem­i­nar „From immer­sion to impact: How to ensure patient-cen­tric data leads to patient-cen­tric deci­sions with­in large health organisations”
May 16th at
12 CEST/ 11 am BST
Cyril Mau­ry & Julian Gopf­far­th, Stripe Part­ners, London
Online via Zoom – please signup for free via Tick­et­Tai­lor here

One of the pri­ma­ry chal­lenges encoun­tered by anthro­pol­o­gists in the health­care sec­tor is the trans­la­tion of patient-cen­tric data into action­able client deci­sions that gen­uine­ly enhance patient out­comes. This pre­sen­ta­tion explores chal­lenges and strate­gies that enable close client engage­ment through­out the research process, span­ning from revis­it­ing exist­ing client knowl­edge to immer­sive field­work and col­lab­o­ra­tive insight acti­va­tion. By empha­siz­ing the impor­tance of this engage­ment, we high­light how ethno­graph­ic patient insights can pro­found­ly influ­ence the deci­sion-mak­ing process­es of client orga­ni­za­tions and, con­se­quent­ly, improve the real-life expe­ri­ences of patients.

Cyril Mau­ry, Part­ner, Stripe Partners
Cyril is a sea­soned strat­e­gy and inno­va­tion prac­ti­tion­er, whose exper­tise cen­tres on help­ing com­pa­nies devel­op new busi­ness mod­els to unlock growth oppor­tu­ni­ties. Hav­ing lived in Latin Amer­i­ca and the Mid­dle-East, he par­tic­u­lar­ly enjoys untan­gling the oper­a­tional, organ­i­sa­tion­al and cul­tur­al com­plex­i­ties inher­ent in expan­sion in emerg­ing mar­kets. Pri­or to join­ing Stripe Part­ners, Cyril spent most of his career in strat­e­gy con­sult­ing, first at Capgem­i­ni Invent and then at Claro Partners.

Julian Gopf­far­th, Senior Con­sul­tant, Stripe Partners
Since join­ing Stripe Part­ners, Julian has gained exten­sive expe­ri­ence in lead­ing ethno­graph­ic research projects that close­ly involve clients. He has worked across sev­er­al sec­tors, includ­ing media, retail, and dig­i­tal. Most recent­ly, he has focused on health­care, lead­ing projects on Haemophil­ia and ear­ly-onset Alzheimer’s. Pri­or to work­ing for Stripe Part­ners, he com­plet­ed a PhD in polit­i­cal anthro­pol­o­gy and worked as a researcher for the Euro­pean Parliament.

The Apply Club Health Team is very very much look­ing for­ward to this insight­ful talk from one of the lead­ing ethnog­ra­phy-based con­sult­ing firms in Europe. We hope to see you there.