Since 2010, the Affordable Care Act has underscored the rise of a New Health Economy. From tackling the number of uninsured to energizing new ways of delivering and paying for care, the law has pressed the healthcare industry to rethink how the business of care is conducted. The roles of traditional players are morphing and new entrants have flooded the market to compete for a slice of the $2.9 trillion sector.
Pharmaceutical and life science companies and their chief regulator – the FDA – must find new ways to collaborate to meet 21st century demands. A modern regulatory framework is needed to ensure America’s global lead in innovation and stimulate the next generation of treatments and cures.
More wired, consumer-oriented and innovative than ever before, the US health sector will undergo profound transformation in 2015. From DIY to millennial health, here are the top 10 issues for 2015.
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.