From Walmart to Amazon to 23andMe, these 11 market scenarios paint a picture of what disruption looks like, both in and out of healthcare.
In the wake of disruption from industries like retail and finance, healthcare incumbents must anticipate disruption from the side or above, not just head-on.
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.
It's not easy to predict the future of Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, and JPMorgan. But it is easy to see why incumbents should be making disruption a top priority.
Why healthcare needs the new technology and how investors and innovators can take advantage of the revolution.
SXSW panelist Sukanya Soderland explores why health integration is taking so long. Is it really harder than putting a man on the moon?
Six ways that the new generation of connective technologies can impact the industry and drive long-term value.
The promise of digital is better, faster, cheaper; and if any industry needs better, faster, cheaper, it’s healthcare.
Oliver Wyman Partner Sukanya Soderland discusses why we should look to disruptors, like Uber and Nest, to evolve the healthcare model.