Terry Stone writes in The Hill on the critical need to partner with American businesses during this next phase of health reform.
Even amidst the uncertainty of repeal and replace, we see some meaningful trends taking shape. Read our predictions for 2017.
Trendspotting in unpredictable times. This infographic highlights five predictions for 2017.
Terry Stone on the need to push harder on initiatives that put focus on value, outcomes, and experience.
What prevents companies from breaking through the consumer hassle map? Too much time fixing broken bits and not enough time fundamentally rethinking root-cause issues.
During the 2016 Oliver Wyman Health Innovation Summit, we welcome hundreds of senior leaders who are pioneering the transformation of the health market.
All hail the consumer in 2016! Consumers will shop with their feet to find quality, value, and a great experience.
Oliver Wyman's Health & Life Sciences global managing partner weighs in on consolidation, consumerism, and rising drug costs.
Healthcare is on the precipice of a transformation where the one size fits all model of yesterday is being replaced by innovative players serving the needs of distinct customer segments and purchase occasions.
A lot of health systems are talking about shifting from volume to value and the importance of population health. But many are getting stuck betwixt and between. The transformation carries major financial risk and is an organizationally complex undertaking. That’s why a recent ad in the New York Times Magazine by the Mount Sinai Health System got noticed for its simple declarative vision: “If our beds are filled, it means we’ve failed.”