The health sector’s center of gravity is shifting toward consumers and new tech-savvy players are moving fast to capitalize on the change. These new entrants are poised to shake up the industry, building lucrative new markets in the burgeoning New Health Economy. Our report looks at these new players, and the impact they already are having on the industry. Learn more
The healthcare industry has been slow to deliver customer-centered value. But the ground is shifting rapidly. The New Health Economy represents the most significant re-engineering of the U.S. health system since employers began covering workers in the 1930s.
For more information, read our essay on The New Health Economy.
In 2012, US spent more than $2.8 trillion on healthcare, and another $267 billion on other health-related products and services.
Rising costs, market pressures, and scientific advancements are creating new opportunities for growth that are bringing more new market entrants to invest in the US health industry.
For decades, American consumers, policymakers, business leaders and healthcare professionals have experienced repeated, costly, contradictions in our $2.8 trillion fragmented system of care. Read more about the factors contributing to the New Health Economy.