Health Care has been saved
Health Care is evolving as the industry undergoes significant change. Companies must adapt to new realities to remain an asset within the industry and sustain growth in today's environment. Deloitte member firm's global network helps clients respond to the complexities of today and tomorrow.
Addressing health care’s talent emergency
Stabilizing the industry’s staffing shortage should start with redesigning the work model, investing in people, and rebuilding trust in leadership.
The US health care industry is facing an unprecedented staffing shortage, particularly among frontline clinicians. The workforce is increasingly burned out, overworked, and unsatisfied. They’re working extended hours and have limited coverage for time off—and they’re walking out in droves to explore new opportunities or exiting the workforce altogether. Although these issues aren’t new or unique to health care, the immense physical and emotional strain of the COVID-19 pandemic has brought them to the surface. And the result is a true talent emergency—one that requires urgent action from all health care leaders.
2022 Global Health Care Outlook
The global health care sector continues to rise up to the new challenges presented by the ongoing pandemic, which continues to dominate health care systems’ attention and resources. They continue to elevate the human experience of their workforce and reshaping what, how, and where work is performed, swiftly scaling virtual health services for patients, and forging partnerships to produce and procure the required vaccines, treatments, and supplies. At the same time, they continue to address the heightened importance of inequities of health care, sustainability, and the environment. In our 2022 Global Health Care Outlook, we review the current state of the global health care sector, explore the six pressing sector issues, outline the actions to help build resiliency, and achieve improved health care outcomes in the new normal. How can stakeholders prepare for the future?
The future unmasked
Predicting the future of healthcare and life sciences in 2025
What does the future hold for the life sciences and healthcare industry? Our latest predictions report looks ahead to the year 2025 to help you see what’s coming and to keep your organisation moving forward.
Each prediction is brought to life through snapshots of how patients, healthcare and life science companies and their staff might behave and operate in this new world. We explore the major trends and the key constraints to be overcome; and identify the evidence today to predict how near that future might be.
This year, inevitably, our predictions have been informed by the unparalleled impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on society in general and more specifically on how people perceive health risks. We have seen a new public appreciation of the contribution that healthcare and life sciences companies are making to each countries response and how these companies are paving the way for a new era of collaboration to identify and implement solutions. A key stand out has been the huge acceleration in the pace and scale of technology-enabled transformation across the whole health ecosystem.
The digital hospital of the future
In 10 years, technology may change the face of global health care delivery
As the cost of care continues to rise, many hospitals are looking for long-term solutions to minimize inpatient services. Learn how technology and health care delivery will merge to influence the future of hospital design and the patient experience across the globe in this report developed by Deloitte US.