John Rudoy, PhD

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Consumer Health Survey: Three Things the Underrepresented Female Consumer Still Wants

According to Oliver Wyman’s Consumer Survey of US Healthcare, women are more engaged in their health decisions than men. Healthcare companies must give female consumers the kind of health system they're seeking.

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Sukanya Soderland

Partner, Health & Life Sciences and Digital Practices, Oliver Wyman
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Terry Stone

Managing Partner, Health & Life Sciences, Oliver Wyman
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John Rudoy, PhD

Principal, Oliver Wyman
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What Does “Consumer-Centric” Really Mean?

Five steps healthcare leaders can take to help tackle consumers’ most pressing jobs to be done and become truly consumer-centric.

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Patrick Barlow

Partner, Health & Life Sciences, Oliver Wyman
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John Rudoy, PhD

Principal, Oliver Wyman
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Healthcare Workforce of the Future

To shift from a “sick care” to “well care” system, we must rethink the types of training, roles, and people that shape the healthcare workforce.

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John Rudoy, PhD

Principal, Oliver Wyman
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New Research: 2017 Consumer Survey of US Healthcare

Our research uncovers what US consumers want from their healthcare experience. It turns out some consumers are more than happy to "buy up" for health offerings that meet their unique needs.

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Sam Glick

Partner, Health & Life Sciences, Oliver Wyman
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John Rudoy, PhD

Principal, Oliver Wyman