Women, healthcare's primary consumers, are 20 percent more likely than men are to express frustrations with the healthcare system.
Only 37 percent of boards over the past two years have discussed how diversity (or a lack of diversity) impacts company culture.
A closer look at why only 30 percent of C-suite teams and 13 percent of CEOs are women.
Our most memorable moments, including Oliver Wyman's Inaugural Women in Healthcare Leadership Award.
Our interviews and research unearth the visible and invisible forces contributing to healthcare's gender leadership gap.
In this episode of the Oliver Wyman Health Podcast, we share what it's like to be the only female leader in the room, and discuss how digital innovation is advancing social determinants of health.
The center of healthcare's universe is changing from provider-centric to consumer-centric, and CEOs must follow suit.
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.
Pregnant women are often positioned with taking care of themselves independently in between physician visits. Here's how a new support system empowers women's health.
Healthcare consumers are living longer, amidst an age where innovations are flourishing. Can the market respond accordingly?