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Health Care Providers Industry Outlook 2017
What are the trends for US health care providers in the coming year?
From deciphering the impact of regulatory changes to quantifying and analyzing care quality, health care providers have no shortage of challenges and growth opportunities. This outlook provides insight into the themes that are top of mind for today’s health care providers so they can remain ahead of the curve.
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Unlocking potential opportunities for health care providers in 2017
Mitch Morris, MD, is the vice chairman and US/global Health Care Providers sector leader at Deloitte Consulting LLP. In this interview, he draws on his experience in the field and provides perspective on the health care provider industry’s most topical issues like the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA), data analytics, innovative disruptors, patient-centric care, digital enablement and more. Listen in to hear about the trends that are driving change for health care providers in 2017.
We are really seeing a lot of transformations; both of disruptors and existing health care ecosystem companies. They are changing the way they do business and changing the way they are viewed. I think our ecosystem will look very different five years from now.
2017 US Health Care Providers Outlook: What are the opportunities looking ahead?
As we head into 2017, many health care providers and stakeholders are preparing for the challenges and opportunities that could impact businesses in the new year. Many are wondering about the outlook for healthcare providers in 2017 and what trends are happening.
In this interview, Dr. Mitch Morris weighs in on the continuing shift from volume to value, cost, regulatory pressures, and the possibilities of digital consumer engagement. He also provides suggested considerations for stakeholders.
Key discussion points in this interview include:
- How can physicians prepare for MACRA?
- How can providers measure quality through analytics?
- How do we better engage with consumers and patients using digital monitoring and measuring?
- What role is technology playing in keeping the patient at the center of care?
- Is consolidation the key to growth?
"And now, with technology, we’re able to do so many things remotely. It really opens the door for a first time truly putting the patient to the center."
- Mitch Morris, MD
Additional perspectives on health care trends and the 2017 outlook
Global Health Care Outlook
An aging global population and chronic diseases are fueling the rising demand and associated spending of care and an increasing patient awareness, knowledge, and expectations are putting pressure on the development of costly clinical innovations. The Global Health Care Outlook explores trends and issues impacting sector organizations; and suggests considerations for stakeholders as they seek to deliver cost-effective high-value health care.
Global Life Sciences Outlook
Life sciences sector growth is closely tied to global health care expenditures which, in 2017 and successive years, are expected to be fueled by increasing demand from an aging population and the burgeoning prevalence of chronic and communicable diseases. This 2017 outlook reviews the current state of the global life sciences sector; explores trends and issues impacting market segments and individual organizations, and suggests considerations for stakeholders as they seek to grow revenue and market share.
Regulatory Life Sciences Outlook
Life sciences companies should prepare to face continued uncertainty in the regulatory landscape in 2017. With drug pricing in flux and regulations aimed at improving patient outcomes and value-based
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