Companies in the health sector are confronted with fundamental transformations: strong pressure on costs, normative changes, predictive medicine, medicine at home, additive manufacturing, etc.
Adapting to these transformations is imperative for all players, whether they are developers, integrators or distributors and whether they wish to attack a new market or consolidate a position.
IAC accompanies them to define the best value proposition for patients, to integrate innovation and reduce their direct and time-to-market costs.
Objectives: formalize the value proposition, identify and select the optimal technical solutions and reduce time-to-market.
Objectives: identify the main cost levers and then define and implement an optimization strategy on the technical and purchasing axes.
Design modular and versatile product families with optimized time-to-market and minimized specific adaptation costs
Calculate for a given treatment the total cost of care and identify low-cost alternative solutions with connected or integrated Design-To-Value equipment methods.
Objective: understand your market and its players, define an appropriate revenue model and equipment specifications.
Set up cross-functional competition actions to reduce your purchasing commitments by using a wide variety of levers: technical, sourcing, supplier workshops, etc.
Identify and exploit the concrete benefits of additive manufacturing, to increase the value of your products, reduce the cost of your operations and accelerate your projects.
Objectives: Mastering the challenges of connecting your equipment: data to measure and record, choice of sensors and information transmission technologies, manufacturing and time-to-market costs.
Optimize your launch schedules by identifying alternative development logics in a Value Stream Mapping approach.Securing execution by implementing the innovative piloting practices of Lean Engineering.