Today, consumers have greater control of their healthcare spend and are voting with their dollars. So how can health organizations develop new business models that will appeal to consumers, and succeed over the long term? How can we learn from other industries and involve customers to deliver a winning experience?
The health industry is undergoing rapid change. Health organizations have to innovate in a different way and scale new business models — from within, and by acquisition — to be sustainable.
This has been validated by findings from PwC’s 17th Annual Global CEO Survey that finds global trends are transforming business. In 2014 “change” will continue to define the US healthcare industry. CEOs note that regulatory reforms, technology advances and the rising role of the consumer continue to fuel this transition to a new health economy.
The lower cost, immediacy, and widespread availability of mobile technology are changing the way patients receive their care, making healthcare faster, better, and cheaper.
Our quarterly US Health Services Deals Insights publication reports on recent deal activity in US health services and this quarter includes an overview of an emerging tactic in negotiating closing mechanisms - The Locked Box Pricing Mechanism. Learn more.