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April 2013—Big data could transform the health-care sector, but the industry must undergo fundamental changes before stakeholders can capture its full value.more
November 2012—Multinationals are flocking to take advantage of the opportunities, but long-term success is by no means assured.more
September 2011—A daunting array of financial and operational barriers is holding back growth. What can be done?more
December 2011–The latest report from the McKinsey Center for US Health System Reform on health care spending from 2006–09 sheds light on pre-reform trends and the impact of the recession.
June 2010—Namibia’s ongoing efforts offer lessons for other countries seeking to improve maternal health, as well as for health programs tackling HIV/AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis, or other conditions.more
December 2011–For healthcare organizations facing uncertainty, war games can be an effective way to practice strategic decision making in a risk-free environment—before choices have to be made in the real world.
February 2010—A senior executive in the German Ministry of Health describes approaches the country is using to control health care costs.more
January 2010—Payors can help improve consumers’ health and reduce costs by providing information, choice, and incentives that encourage healthier lifestyles and value-conscious consumption of health care. more
May 2010—The development of an automated payment network would reduce bad debt, cut administrative costs, and save billions of dollars.more
May 2010—Innovators—some from developing nations—have found ways to deliver care effectively at significantly lower cost while increasing access and quality.more
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