Next-generation Healthcare - Global Advanced Medical Technologies 2014

Disruptions and Transformations are Shaping the Future of Healthcare Delivery

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This study analyzes trends impacting the future of healthcare delivery and market participants. Market solutions are transitioning from models suited to older citizens for use type service models toward business models built around value and quality of service. Companies with solutions around specific procedures or treatments could see attrition as cost pressures and reimbursements continue to undercut future market opportunity for expansion, while integrated platforms addressing wellness and preventative health will capture new money funneling into the system. This study looks strategically at some of the most significant transitions occurring in the industry and where future opportunities lie for companies.

Table of Contents

Visionary Healthcare—What Changes Are Coming?Six Big Themes for Visionary HealthcareEssential Pillars of the Future Healthcare ModelEssential Pillars of the Future Healthcare Model (continued)Essential Pillars of the Future Healthcare Model (continued)Industry ChallengeDecentralization of Care DeliveryTransition in Compensation ModelsIndustry Convergent MapProjecting Integration of Future TechnologyNew Healthcare Ecosystem—What are the Needs?Six Big Themes for New Healthcare EconomyIndustry ShiftsFractured Care ModelIntegrated Care ModelNew Healthcare EcosystemNew Healthcare Ecosystem (continued)New Healthcare Ecosystem (continued)Redefining Stakeholder Roles in HealthcareRedefining Stakeholder Roles in Healthcare (continued)Impact of Non-governmental OrganizationsKey Conclusions and Future OutlookCost of Care Innovations—Where the Need is the GreatestSix Big Themes for Cost of Care InnovationsCare of Cost InnovationsDiminishing Returns on Healthcare SpendingPruning Deadwood—The Real Reason for the High Cost of Healthcare DeliveryLean Innovation StrategiesRole of Technology in Care Cost ControlKey Conclusions and Future OutlookFuture of Care Delivery—How Care Providers are Rethinking their BusinessesSix Big Themes for Future of Care DeliveryMarket Pressures Impacting HospitalsValue Differentiators in HealthcareTransforming the ToolsDigital HospitalsFuture of Care DeliveryModernizing Procurement and DistributionKey Conclusions and Future OutlookPersonalized Medicine—End of a One-size-fits-all Approach in Healthcare DeliverySix Big Themes for Personalized MedicineTransitioning From the One-size-fits-all to the Personalized Medicine ModelOpportunity MapPersonalized MedicineMarket Road MapPersonalized MedicineEvolution of Healthcare Delivery PlatformsRegenerative Medicine Technology Commercialization TimeframeKey Conclusions and Future OutlookAging in Place—Empowering Independent Living and Disease ManagementSix Big Themes for Aging in PlaceNext-generation HealthcareNext-generation Healthcare (continued)Next-generation Healthcare (continued)Technological Advancement—Supporting the LifecycleTechnological Advancement—Independence ContinuumTechnological Advancement—Platform CoordinationCare Delivery Re-engineeringCare Delivery Re-engineering—Environment SupportSocial ParticipationFinance and Tax RegulationsKey Conclusions and Future OutlookConsumerism in Healthcare—Individuals Taking a Greater Role in Care DeterminationSix Big Themes for Consumerism in HealthcareEngaging the Person and not the Disease SuffererConsumerism in HealthcareMany Needs, Many ModelsMany Needs, Many Models (continued)Many Needs, Many Models (continued)Tiered Care ServicesSolution Adaptability LayersConsumerism in Healthcare—Medical TourismDisruption of eCommerceKey Conclusions and Future OutlookAnalytics and Big Data—The Role of Information in Optimizing Care DeliverySix Big Themes for Big DataThe Big Data StackCognitive ComputingAnalytics and Big DataAnalytics and Big Data (continued)Analytics and Big Data (continued)Key Conclusions and Future OutlookAssessment Toolkit—Translating Trends to Strategies for Your OrganizationRelevancy to MeStaged Process for Sorting Opportunities and StrategiesOpportunity PrioritizationExecution of StrategiesRoad Map Going ForwardLegal 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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