In our rearview mirror is a ten-year stretch of experimentation. What looms ahead is the rewriting of healthcare's rules.
Even the most fruitful innovators have seen small impact thus far. It’s time to hold the industry to a quantifiable yardstick.
Here's What Blockchain is, and What it Isn't
Blockchain may not be an urgent operational focus, but it's still absolutely worth exploring.
As featured in this year's Oliver Wyman Health Innovation Journal, we examine the emerging sparks beginning to define the dimensions of a new healthcare industry.
In this episode of the Oliver Wyman Health Podcast, we talk what's next for artificial intelligence, machine learning, IoT, and blockchain.
From Walmart to Amazon to 23andMe, these 11 market scenarios paint a picture of what disruption looks like, both in and out of healthcare.
Disruption in healthcare will be driven by the power of its trapped – and highly exploitable – value.
Oliver Wyman’s Charlie Hoban and Steve Filler were among the more than 38,000 healthcare IT professionals, clinicians, and executives from around the world who converged in Chicago this week for the 2015 Annual HIMSS Conference & Exhibition.
Telemedicine started out as a provider supply solution for outlying rural areas that lacked multiple physicians and specialists. Now, telemedicine is evolving in waves from being a convenient perk to a part of the care continuum to eventually becoming the locus of primary care delivery and care coordination.