Health information companies are looking to establish themselves in an increasingly crowded marketplace.
Insights from interviews with health plan leaders on providing more effective health information.
How hospitals and health systems are working to provide more effective health information.
As part of a groundbreaking study of the consumer health information landscape, Oliver Wyman recently conducted interviews with nearly 100 senior leaders from across the healthcare marketplace. Stakeholders say they see barriers to providing effective health information at every level of the healthcare system. Read more early findings here.
New models of care and compensation require new approaches to working with physicians.
Health Datapalooza drew more than 2,000 technology experts, policy makers, and healthcare leaders to Washington, DC, this week to discuss how data sharing, use, and transparency can fuel innovative applications and business models.
With their existing customer base, brand loyalty, physical footprint, and health resources, retailers will play a significant role in offering consumers alternative sites of care.
Oliver Wyman and Altarum Institute, with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, are launching a new effort to examine the consumer health information space.
There is incomplete understanding of whether patient resources are accessible and responsive to consumers’ interests.
Why it’s telling that a company of Target’s size and overall retail sophistication chose to exit its pharmacy business.