2018 was a big year for industry news. Here's what might happen next in artificial intelligence, the 2020 presidential election, pharma, and more.
Despite its unstable global geopolitical climate, Asia is primed for steady change this year in healthcare.
Some of our 2018 predictions on consolidation, pharma, and investment came true, while others were less predictable.
Walmart sells 25 percent of all food in the US, with half of Americans stepping inside a Walmart each week.
Imagine a world where fitness and providers work together to help consumers take more responsibility over their daily health decisions.
It's time to marry trust with data ownership.
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.
Hospital systems will be in a precarious position if they all aim for the same North Star. What might their evolution look like in coming years?
Five key takeaways on healthcare’s consumer-centric shift.
Voice recognition devices like Amazon's Alexa, who already knows so much about our daily lives, may bridge precision medicine's past and future.