Insights on Healthcare Systems & Services—Asia

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Interview - McKinsey Quarterly

Using ecosystems to reach higher: An interview with the co-CEO of Ping An

– Expect digital to further blur industry lines, supercharge scalability, and loosen geographical restraints for professional services,... says Jessica Tan.
Interview

Building a healthcare ecosystem in India: A conversation with Shobana Kamineni

– The COVID-19 pandemic led to public-private partnerships that reflect the evolving nature of healthcare.
Interview

Envisioning healthcare after COVID-19: An interview with Ara Darzi

– The surgeon and former health minister discusses ways for healthcare systems, in the United Kingdom and elsewhere, to go from... providing a “sickness service” to delivering a “health and well-being service.”
Video

Hospital care in 2030

– In this video, three McKinsey partners describe how hospital visits and hospital stays might change in the next decade.
Interview

How technology can improve the patient experience: A view from Tencent’s Alex Ng

– Alexander Ng, vice president of Tencent Healthcare, shares his vision for hospital care in 2030.
Interview

Building digital ecosystems in Japan

– Two Merck Healthcare digital specialists explain their company’s transformation and the impact it has had on patients.

More insights

Article

The future of healthcare in Asia: Digital health ecosystems

– Asia is paving the way for digital health ecosystems, and potential ecosystem orchestrators can generate value by taking bold,... strategic actions.
Commentary

India’s tragedy reverberates around the world

– The COVID-19 crisis in India offers a stark reminder that what’s happening there could happen anywhere.
Article

Four steps in unlocking the value of data in Australian industrial organisations

– Data hold a wealth of potential value for industrial organisations, but accessing that value can be more difficult than it may... first appear.
Article

Out of the shadows: Sustainably improving workplace mental health

– The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated preexisting workplace mental health challenges, creating a new imperative for leaders to... take a holistic and methodical approach to workplace mental health.
Article

Will Asian insurers make the right choices for health insurance?

– Private health insurance is a significant growth opportunity for insurers in Asia. To compete, insurers will need to reimagine... their value propositions and rethink their operating models.
Article - McKinsey Global Institute

Ten innovations that can improve global health

– By 2040, new technologies could reduce the total burden of disease by 6 to 10 percent.
Report - McKinsey Global Institute

Prioritizing health: A prescription for prosperity

– Could 65 be the new 55? Each year, poor health takes a heavy societal and economic toll. Improving the health of the world’s population... would add 10 healthy years in midlife—and much more.
Article

Healthcare Providers: Preparing for the next normal after COVID-19

– The length of disruption for patients continuing physical distancing remains unclear. However, most forward-looking healthcare... organizations may use this time to materially scale virtual health offerings in ways that create competitive advantage.
Article

Beyond coronavirus: The path to the next normal

– The coronavirus is not only a health crisis of immense proportion—it’s also an imminent restructuring of the global... economic order. Here’s how leaders can begin navigating to what’s next.
Executive Briefing

Transforming healthcare with AI: The impact on the workforce and organizations

– Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to transform how healthcare is delivered. A joint report with the European... Union’s EIT Health explores how it can support improvements in care outcomes, patient experience and access to healthcare services. It can increase productivity and the efficiency of care delivery and allow healthcare systems to provide more and better care to more people. AI can help improve the experience of healthcare practitioners, enabling them to spend more time in direct patient care and reducing burnout.
Article

Infographic: Building the European biotech sector with world-class talent

– What makes European biotech attractive? Talent is one reason. Europe ranks high in the level of innovation and the quality of... R&D talent, particularly for research, and the amount of available talent in drug development is increasing. For rare diseases and oncology, however, experienced people are considered to be in short supply. And while the challenges of attracting and retaining biotech talent (as well as talent for business development) are not unique to Europe, these will continue to be important for biotech’s growth in this market. Read more in “Biotech in Europe: A strong foundation for growth and innovation.”
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