Redefining Value and Success in Healthcare: Charting the path to the future
Updated 15 Mar 2012
Transformation in healthcare is happening with dramatic energy, driven by a fundamental shift in the expectations of all stakeholders.
The value of analytics in healthcare: From insights to outcomes
Updated 10 Jan 2012
Building analytics competency can help healthcare organizations harness “big data” to create actionable insights, set their future vision, improve outcomes and reduce time to value.
The future of connected health devices: Liberating the Information Seeker
Updated 30 Mar 2011
Health device makers have a chance to capture a large, emerging market if they approach this opportunity with comprehensive, integrated solutions.
IT-enabled personalized healthcare: Improving the science of health promotion and care delivery
Updated 22 Apr 2010
An integral part of comprehensive health reform, personalized healthcare (PHC) will require a much more open, robust health information technology (HIT) environment than exists today.
Healthcare 2015: Win-win or lose-lose?
Updated 28 Sep 2009
A portrait and a path to successful transformation
Patient-centered medical home: What, why and how?
Updated 28 May 2009
The medical home – A foundation for transformation.
SOA for health plans: New connections for new business models
Updated 21 Apr 2009
Service-oriented architecture can help the many countries and organizations struggling to address rapidly rising healthcare costs, through efficient and effective information management
Advancing the utility of imaging biomarkers: Insights from the second Imaging Biomarker Summit
Updated 19 Jan 2009
Imaging biomarkers hold great promise to assuage some of society's costliest challenges, and technology can accelerate progress as the full ecosystem - including government, academia, BioPharma industry and imaging industry - contributes toward achieving this vision.
Healthcare 2015 and care delivery: Delivery models refined, competencies defined
Updated 01 Jul 2008
As the healthcare industry faces many challenges to the status quo worldwide, we envision the need for proactive, collaborative, systemic responses that will help providers to transform their existing service delivery models and to develop five essential competencies.
Healthcare in India: Caring for more than a billion
Updated 01 May 2008
India's healthcare system faces considerable challenges, including quality of care, rising costs, and insufficient access for many citizens, but has the opportunity to avoid many of the problems faced by other developing countries by transforming health care financing, quality and delivery.
Healthcare 2015 and U.S. health plans: New roles, new competencies
Updated 11 Sep 2007
In the coming decade, U.S. health plans will have decided which competencies are most important so they can adapt to major changes in how healthcare is purchased, consumed and delivered.
In the interest of the patient: Convergence across the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries
Updated 12 Dec 2006
To make serious strides toward improving patient health, the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries need to marshall their collective data assets and collaborate more closely.
Healthcare in China: Toward greater access, efficiency and quality
Updated 27 Mar 2006
The development of the healthcare sector is now far behind economic development in China. A review of China's key health indicators makes clear the case for change.
Effective e-Detailing: Building trust and convenience into the physician relationship
Updated 14 Feb 2006
E-Detailing can strengthen the pharmaceutical-physician relationship by offering physicians an opportunity to improve the way they work, and at the same time, cut costs and increase revenues for pharmaceutical companies.