Digital Health Ecosystems: Partner Modelling the Future of Health Ecosystems


Events Introduction

GIO & TM Forum held the Roundtable: Digital Eealth Ecosystems: Partner Modelling the Future of Health Ecosystems on 2021.5.18. This roundtable captured several use cases and modeled a more efficient ecosytem, ultimately enabling more lives to be saved, and more efficient and better health systems to thrive.


Brief recap of Business Ecosystem theory Overview of the Ecosystem Framework methodology
David Smith HuaweiEcosystem Development
Ecosystem Design Methodologies Introduction to the Digital Service Innovation Framework Methodology to explore new Digital Service Opportunities & Associated Business Models Control Point Analysis (CPA) – Use-case evaluation and prioritization analysis
Dave Mohally HuaweiBusiness Innovation
Checklist to challenge yourself for Business Ecosystem Development Open Questions & Discussion – Business Ecosystem Development
Martin CreanerCentre Node
Ecosystem framework – seven step iterative process and toolkit for business ecosystem development
Michael JacobidesLBS (UK)
  • Time: MAY 18, 2021 • 10:00 CEST, Webinar
  • Context: 
  • TM Forum in partnership with GIO hosted the Digital Health Webinar on April 27th, titled 5G in Healthcare where communications service providers from around the globe had shared their insights into their health strategy and business growth. 
  • Link to the recording here:

At the end of the webinar, it was agreed to focus the follow up round table scheduled for May 18th on this topic of modeling the digital health ecosystem, to help gain a deeper understanding of the concept and learn new approaches that can be used to help model out different ecosystem scenarios.

  • Round Table: 
  • The round table was led by the Huawei SPO lab team, presenting their research and findings on business modelling for digital health, recognizing that the models and patterns can be reused for different vertical contexts. The session was structured into two presentations followed by two panel discussions with the panelists listed above. Between the panelists and the presenters there was a truly global presence on the round table, bringing perspectives from many different corners of the world.