Rising costs, increasing demand for health services and heightened expectations of patients characterize developments in the health care system in recent years and leed to the necessity of a better and more precise definition of the roles of individual interest groups – care providers, patients and health insurance companies. The key issue the health system and primarily the care providers are facing is the imbalance between supply and demand. On the demand side is a large ageing population requiring more services, higher-quality pharmaceuticals and advanced treatment procedures. The supply side is, however, paralysed by lack of capital, decreasing numbers of medical personnel, unsatisfactory premises and financial conditions.
The health care organizations that succeed in this environment will be only those that recognise the supply-demand imbalance and will be able to respond to this challenge with flexible and effective processes for delivering high-quality care.
Health care providers, insurance companies, producers of pharmaceuticals and medical materials and the medical experts turn to PwC for understanding the selected health care areas and finding solutions. Thanks to the experience and the skills of PwC employees we are able to provide integrated solutions that will comply with strategic interests of your organization.
We would be happy to discuss your situation and specific requirements with you. Make arrangements for a non-binding meeting with us (see contacts).