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Disruptive Innovations in Health Care

Big change creates big value opportunities — if you know where to look

You can feel it happening in the marketplace around us. Retail clinics, medical tourism, technology-enabled self care — disruptive innovations in the U.S. health care system challenge the status quo. These and other new phenomena zero in on unmet needs, leverage new technologies and business models, and deliver enhanced value throughout the health care supply chain. When they work, they change the game. Along with consumerism and health reform, disruptive innovation is one of the three major themes we follow at the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions.

Featured Insights

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    Value-based purchasing (VBP) is a payment methodology that rewards quality of care through payment incentives and transparency; under health care reform legislation, it could be a central feature for payers and consumers to assess their relationships with providers. This Issue Brief explores VBP as a key element of a quality- and performance-focused health care system.
  • Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs): A New Model for Sustainable Innovation
    ACOs have the potential to drive payment reform in the public and private health care sectors. Explore the features, challenges and potential of ACOs.
  • Medical Tourism: Update and Implications
    This updated study focuses on how health plans, state laws, foreign medical sites and the U.S. economy affect medical tourism’s growth.
  • Retail Clinics: Update and Implications
    How might health reform, workforce issues and regulatory developments influence the retail clinic market? This report examines growth scenarios.

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