Hospital at Home – A model with a future
The concept of Hospital at Home is still in its infancy: treatments that are traditionally carried out in hospitals are still seldom implemented in the home environment in Switzerland.
Home care has been firmly established inSwitzerland for some time. Organisationssuch as Spitex provide a comprehensiverange of home care services.
Digitalising Health Data
Greater digitalisation promises improved efficiency, but health data are very sensitive personal data and the population’s mistrust of digitalisation needs to be taken seriously. Our survey explores what the Swiss think and their preferences regarding sensitive personal data collection and sharing.
Health & Human Services
What does the future of healthcare look like? With an increasing demand for patient care, a shift from healthcare to wellbeing, continuous digital transformation and the search for new revenue models at the top of the agenda, healthcare providers have to redesign their way of working.
Segmentation and growth factors of the global neuroscience market
Sizing the brain
The report breaks down the Global Neuroscience Market (GNM) across segments and geographies. It provides a comprehensive analysis of available diagnostic and treatment options – as a proxy for market size – to estimate the revenue-based valuation of the GNM until 2026.
Advanced digital health care providers segmentation
Elevating customer understanding leveraging AI
Our advanced segmentation approach enables to define data-driven HCP segments by leveraging AI and machine learning algorithms. We display a detailed use case that describes how we have helped biopharma companies leverage data and AI to build differentiated and actionable HCP segments.
Securing trust in the global COVID-19 supply chain
From development and delivery to acceptance and administration
COVID-19 vaccines and therapeutics, and the associated medical devices and consumables, present an urgent need for a protected supply chain and a system of traceability built around globally identified products.
How can virtual health help expand capacity in the wake of an anticipated COVID-19 surge?
When faced with a health crisis like Covid-19, social distancing can take some of the strain off healthcare providers at the front lines. But when that’s not enough, innovations like virtual healthcare can help increase capacity, reduce the rate of infection, and treat non-urgent cases.
COVID-19: Shaping the future regulation of emergency medical equipment supply
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted everyone’s daily lives and touched every industry across the world. While many countries had influenza and other pandemic preparedness plans in place prior to COVID-19, no one was fully prepared for the speed and indiscriminate spread of the disease.
Time to care
Securing a future for the hospital workforce in Europe
In light of rising demand, staff shortages and lack of time for hands-on-care, is the current hospital workforce model sustainable? New research released by the Deloitte UK Centre for Health Solutions explores the current state of hospital workforces across Europe and their key challenges.
The future awakens
Life Sciences and Health Care Predictions 2022
The year is 2022. The quantified self is alive and well, digital technologies have transformed the culture of health care and new entrants have disrupted delivery models. These are some of our predictions that, if they come true, will shake up the life sciences and health care industry.