Health Care organizations continue to evolve in an industry undergoing significant periods of change. In a global environment increasingly focused on government regulations, health care providers and payers must adapt to new realities to remain a valuable asset within the industry and sustain growth in today's environment. Deloitte's global network of professionals helps clients respond to the complexities of today and tomorrow, and provides innovative solutions through its Life Sciences and Health Care industry group. Contact the LSHC group to learn more.
|Survey of U.S. health care consumers: Five-year look back
Conducted annually since 2008, Deloitte's longitudinal study of heath care consumers seeks to provide a comprehensive view of health care consumerism, a view that goes beyond the conventional boundaries of what health and health care are commonly thought to encompass.
|mHealth in an mWorld
Report says mobile apps only scratch the surface of possibilities offered by mHealth. Improvement opportunities exist along the value chain, from engaging patients to maximizing provider productivity to controlling costs.
|Telecare and Telehealth
'Telecare and Telehealth - A game changer for health and social care' looks at the role that telecare and telehealth can play in helping to transform health and social care by enabling commissioners and providers to respond effectively to rising demand for health and social care services.
|2012 Deloitte survey of U.S. employers
Deloitte's 2012 survey of U.S. employers reveals C-suite and HR executives' opinions about the health care system, Affordable Care Act, and anticipated strategies for employee health benefits coverage and cost containment.
|Primary Care: Today and tomorrow
Deloitte U.K. Centre for Health Solutions report examines the capacity and capability of general practice now and in the future, with a focus on GPs and general practice nurses. The report highlights the need for general practice to work differently to cope effectively with the increasing demands it faces.