Defining the health care of the future
More connected and consumer-oriented than ever before, the world’s health systems are challenged to build resiliency in times of change. Traditionally viewed as a fragmented industry with hyperlocal challenges and solutions, health care faces near universal forces of rapid digitization, increasing demands and expectations from informed and connected consumers, and shrinking resources to fuel innovation and build infrastructure. Health systems have a lot to learn from each other, other industries and from communities around the world. Systems will survive and thrive if they are able to connect, collaborate and create new solutions.