Asian healthcare is undergoing major disruption, and a new healthcare environment is emerging.
Status quo disruption means blurring the lines between traditional and non-traditional models.
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Oliver Wyman’s Health & Life Sciences Singapore-based team, led by Jeremy Lim, offers the following dispatch from the Asia Pacific Rim. They explain why it’s up to enterprising industry players and disrupters from the private sector to initiate new ways of providing and financing care to reach the masses in these huge, relatively unexplored markets: