Healthcare Transformations Drive Changes in Business Models

Analysis of Innovative and Emerging Business Models in Next Generation Healthcare

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The healthcare industry is on the brink of transformation driven by a shift in the objective of care from treatment to prevention and wellness. Other major paradigm shifts such as the emergence of consumer as the center of the healthcare ecosystem and the need for delivering healthcare services at unconventional locations are creating new and exciting market opportunities. The challenge, however, is identifying a sustainable business model to monetize emerging market opportunities. This study presents an analysis of some unique business models that have recently made a debut in the industry.

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Healthcare Transformations Drive Changes in Business ModelsExecutive SummaryKey FindingsCEO’s PerspectiveTransformations in HealthcareCare Delivery Transformation From Acute Care to Prevention  Stakeholder RolesCompetitive Success Factors Change Who Will WinLeveraging Big DataThemes Driving New Business Models in HealthcareDefinition of a Business ModelKey Variables of a Business ModelSix Big Themes Driving New Business Models in HealthcareThe Decentralization of Care DeliveryMany Needs, Many ModelsApplications of Business Model Innovation in HealthcareB2B and B2C Business Models Can Be Divided into Three Main CategoriesService Based Model: Product as a ServiceService Based Model: Data as a ServiceIndustry Consortium—Supplier Driven Disruption Through eCommerceLocalization—Home-based ServicesNovo Nordisk: Changing Diabetes in AsiaDemocratization—Digitization of Product: AlivecorValue Proposition Driven Business Models—Population Health ManagementHealth Catalyst Risk Sharing Contract in Pop HealthHealth Catalyst Risk Sharing Business Model ExampleSanitasathenahealthNew Business Models in Genomics and Precision MedicinePersonalized Medicine NeedThe Solution—Companion Diagnostics (CDx)Co-development Business ModelsGenomics Offered “as-a-service” by a Leading HC ProviderPrecision Medicine Initiative—Opportunity Analysis Payers Accept ROI on combination of Genomics and Digital HealthConnected Health Creating New Opportunities for Business Model InnovationBusiness Model Case StudyBusiness Model Case Study (continued)Digital Transformation at MerckThe Business Model Change JourneyHealthcare Increasingly Data Driven and CustomizedConsiderations for Business Model ChangeRecommendationsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy

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