2021 Global health care outlook
With COVID-19 accelerating change in healthcare, industry leaders are likely to use the momentum to address 6 issues in 2021: consumers and the human experience, care model innovation, digital transformation and interoperable data, socio-economic shifts, collaboration, future of work and talent.
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. Are organizations ready to take on the challenge?
The transition to integrated care
Why population health management is critical to the future sustainability of health and social care
The growing demand for health and care, rising patient expectations and increasing costs in the face of substantial budget constraints call for innovative solutions.If healthcare is to be sustainable, there's a need for a fundamental shift from treatment of ill health, when it occurs, to prevention.
Is the hospital of the future here today?
Transforming the hospital business model
The rapid adoption of virtual care and digital technologies and changing consumer sentiment during the COVID-19 crisis may echo throughout hospital business models long after the pandemic scales down. How can hospitals sustain this accelerated transformation toward the future?
The future of virtual health
Executives see industrywide investments on the horizon
As virtual health gains momentum, it is becoming a core component in helping consumers improve or maintain their well-being, as well as playing an increasingly important role in the diagnosis and treatment of illness.