Health technology and innovation
The care models of yesterday are inadequate to satisfy growing industry and consumer expectations. But digital technology can bridge the gaps between consumers and clinicians.
Health wearables: Early days
Technology companies are developing a myriad of wearable health devices that can track physical activity, monitor glucose and even sense if the user falls. What do consumers think about wearables? What are the implications for the health industry? PwC’s HRI explores health wearables in its new report, Health wearables: Early Days
The rise of retail health coverage
Health insurance exchanges, which rocketed to public awareness last year with the ACA's new marketplaces, are growing in popularity as more employers seek control over healthcare costs, relief from administrative burdens, and more options for employees.
Healthcare's new entrants: Who will be the industry's Amazon.com?
New entrants are poised to draw billions of dollars in revenue from traditional organizations while building lucrative new markets in the burgeoning New Health Economy™. Here's how.
Analyzing 2015 health insurance rates
With 2015 open enrollment officially underway, a clear picture of the US individual health insurance market has emerged. Learn how 2015 premiums compare to 2014 in HRI’s interactive rate map.
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