The gathering storm in US healthcare

The COVID-19 pandemic unleashed a prolonged period of disruption, illness, and loss. Today, labor shortages, inflation, and endemic COVID-19 are giving rise to a gathering storm in US healthcare. As the endemic continues and becomes a more recognizable part of daily life, the US healthcare system could experience an additional $220 billion in costs by 2027, write senior partners Shubham Singhal, Pooja Kumar, and Matt Wilson. Dive deeper into the changes that led to our current moment of healthcare transformation, the actions that could help the industry endure and thrive, and the outlook for the future of US healthcare costs with our series, The gathering storm in US healthcare.

The uncertain future of US healthcare

The transformative impact of inflation on the healthcare sector

The affordability challenge of endemic COVID-19

An opportunity to reorder the healthcare industry