Whether you're traveling for holiday festivities or relaxing at home, catch up on the best of Oliver Wyman Health 2016. In this year's curated list, we share our most popular and timely posts including deep analysis of the impact of this year's election on the healthcare landscape and one-on-one interviews with leading digital health innovators.
No more baby steps: Managing Partner Terry Stone writes in Harvard Business Review on the need to push harder and faster on healthcare initiatives that put focus on value, outcomes, and experience.
As featured in Politico, Oliver Wyman's series of infographics depict how payers, providers, and life sciences companies will be impacted by our 45th president. (Note, all of our election coverage can be found under related content via this link)
Digital Needs a Dance Partner: Accolade’s Raj Singh on Why Technology Alone Can’t Solve Consumer Engagement
Learn how healthcare companies can integrate high-tech and high-touch to finally crack the consumer engagement code.
In light of this year's election results, it is even more clear that private exchanges are here to stay. Here, Oliver Wyman’s Chris Bernene and Howard Lapsley share five reasons why payers should double down on private exchange strategy.
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. Here, Managing Partner Terry Stone explains a better way to engage consumers.
Design is about examining the consumer journey and imagining a better way. Hear from Sutter Health's chief innovation officer on why creative design is integral to health transformation. Listen to our podcast.
What will Health Market 2.0 look like? How will it be organized? Tom Main, founder of the Oliver Wyman Health Innovation Center, describes five emerging ecosystems. Watch the video.
Partner Sam Glick writes in Harvard Business Review on how healthcare companies are testing the limits of the power of repurposing online retail innovations.
An explanation of the healthcare provider payment tracks laid out under the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015.
Ahead of this year's Oliver Wyman Health Innovation Summit, digital innovator Sean Duffy of Omada Health explains what it takes to win over incumbents.