Men hold most (87 percent) of C-suite roles at healthcare’s top ranks. But why?
They Just Have to Persuade People to Like Them
Oliver Wyman research examines whether consumers are using healthcare’s “new front door”, and if not, why not.
Oliver Wyman's 2018 Consumer Survey explores healthcare's supply and demand disconnect.
Women, healthcare's primary consumers, are 20 percent more likely than men are to express frustrations with the healthcare system.
Some of our 2018 predictions on consolidation, pharma, and investment came true, while others were less predictable.
As merger activity heightens, some leverage retail with pharma to meet consumer demand.
How pharmaceutical companies can better define, measure, and deliver value to patients.
Advice on how the healthcare industry can address the pharmaceutical cost problem.
Adaptability is key for the future healthcare workforce. But those organizations interested in outsourcing their talent need these strategic tools to remain competitive.
According to Oliver Wyman’s Consumer Survey of US Healthcare, women are more engaged in their health decisions than men. Healthcare companies must give female consumers the kind of health system they're seeking.