Our most popular, most shared posts from the past year explained and analyzed the trends that underly the emergence of Health Market 2.0. They provided perspective - from Oliver Wyman experts and from industry leaders - on retail health, payer consolidation, Medicare Stars, employee health benefits, and new clinical models. They also highlighted revolutionary approaches that incorporate precision medicine, automation, novel business partnerships, and global collaboration. Here's a roundup from 2015 to spark new ideas for the new year:
A healthcare model is emerging where ‘new front doors’ are available for unique population and consumer segments.
Precision Medicine: Syapse Founder Jonathan Hirsch on What Targeted Therapies Mean for Healthcare (1/2)
The recent work of software startup Syapse has focused on the clinical implementation of precision medicine in cancer care.
Is like-like consolidation a good thing? Is it sufficient to create real value? We make the case that this approach is too cautious over the long term.
Leaders at Highmark and BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee share how their Medicare Advantage plans achieved strong Stars score improvements for 2016.
To what extent could intelligent analytic tools impact healthcare providers in the future?
A partnership between Comcast and fast-growing, technology-enabled consumer engagement services company Accolade aims to help employees feel empowered to take control of their health and wellbeing.
Physician leadership is key to care model transformation, says Oliver Wyman Chief Medical Officer Bruce Hamory.
A multimedia snapshot of the virtual community of innovators sparked by the 2015 Oliver Wyman Health Innovation Summit.
One type of the much-scrutinized narrow network model has the potential to be durable: value-based partnered products.
An international panel of experts shared perspectives at the 2015 World Economic Forum annual meeting on what the world has learned from Africa’s Ebola epidemic.