The future of healthcare means big changes ahead. Expect to specifically see a redefinition of privacy and sharing, a shift in the center of gravity from bricks to clicks and hospital to home, a reconfiguration of supply, and many more inevitable truths. Through the remarkable response to recent world-changing events, healthcare leaders have proven they are truly able to get further, faster. Together, industry leaders have the power to accelerate the next wave of healthcare transformation. It's now time to dare one another to take this momentum and harness it for good.
It's these ideas Parie Garg, Partner, Health and Life Sciences, Oliver Wyman, discussed at the 2020 Oliver Wyman Health Innovation Summit. Here, Parie talks about why healthcare leaders must face the future truths of the market, reconsider their infrastructures, and go from "mission impossible" to "mission possible".
Watch the Conversation from the Health Innovation Summit
- "It’s time for us to face the future truths of the market."
- “Medicare Advantage is not a segment that will go away anytime soon, or ever.”
- "I dare you to open your schedule and focus on [a patient's] experience. Meet people when you can, and as soon as you can. This is what they’re demanding."
- "There are now over seven micro-hospitals in existence. A few years ago, there were maybe five. There’s a market for them. It’s time we think about putting more agility into our system through things like this."