- 2009 Survey of Health Care Consumers
The findings of our second annual study suggest that growing numbers of health care consumers want to be actively engaged. Learn more.
- 2010 U.S. Survey of Health Care Consumers: Key Findings
Despite difficult economic times and the ongoing health care reform debate, consumers’ attitudes about the U.S. health care system remain largely unchanged from 2009 to 2010.
- 2011 Physician Survey: Attitudes on Health Reform and the Future of Medical Practice
The Deloitte CHS surveyed U.S. physicians to understand their attitudes toward health reform and how it may impact the future practice of medicine.This report includes survey highlights, implications, and questions for health care industry stakeholders.
- 2011 U.S. and Global Survey of Health Care Consumers: Key Findings
Regardless of the type of health care system, consumers around the world are feeling the pinch of health care spending as a household expense. Read the full report.
- 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.
- 2012 U.S. Survey of Health Care Consumers
Five year anniversary of the survey provides a comprehensive view of health care consumerism exploring consumers’ behaviors, attitudes, and unmet needs.
- Academic Medical Centers at a Tipping Point
While driven to serve their tripartite mission of teaching, research and patient care, they are susceptible to myriad pressures that endanger their long-term viability. Learn what transformational change is needed to safeguard their future.
- Accountable Care Organizations: A New Model for Sustainable Innovation
Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) have the potential to drive payment reform in the public and private health care sectors. This study explores the features, challenges and potential of ACOs.
- Comparative Effectiveness Research in the United States: Update and implications
This Issue Brief revisits Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) following the enactment of health care reform legislation and shares implications for stakeholders.
- Comparative Effectiveness: Health Care Policy Perspectives for Consideration
Profile of systems in four developed countries that concludes if implemented correctly, comparative effectiveness has the potential to improve care & reduce health care costs for Americans. However, a cut-and-paste approach will not work in the U.S.
- Deloitte’s 2008 Survey of Health Care Consumers Uncovers Important Opportunities for Health Care Providers
Health care “consumerism” has been a buzzword for years, but do health care providers and other industry stakeholders really understand how consumers’ behaviors, attitudes and unmet needs are evolving?
- Deloitte’s 2008 Survey of Health Care Consumers Uncovers Important Opportunities for Life Sciences Companies
This paper from the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions, identifies challenges and opportunities based on the survey findings for the development and promotion of life sciences products and services.
- Episode-Based Payment:
Perspectives for Consideration
As experts explore ways to reduce U.S. health care spending, they cite fee for service, the predominant payment model in the U.S. health care system, as being a key contributor to spending growth and geographic variation unrelated to quality of care.
- Greening and Sustainability: A Growing Imperative Across Health Care Sectors
Explore leading practices of companies in several industries with mature greening programs, and compare and them with the efforts of health care organizations.
- Health Care and Public Policy: What Do Americans Really Want?
A consumers' take on health care reform
- Health Care Consumerism: 2008 Findings
Learn about results from the "2008 Survey of Health Care Consumers" which asked people about their behaviors, attitudes and unmet needs toward health, health care and health insurance.
- Health Care Consumerism: Opportunities and Challenges for Health Plans
Deloitte’s "2009 Survey of Health Care Consumers" offers insights for health plans to respond to the changing needs and preferences of their customer base, and strategies to use in responding to these opportunities and challenges.
- Health Care Reform: Center Stage 2012
Deloitte surveyed thousands of Americans over the last year – consumers, physicians, and employers – about their opinions of health care reform. Read the resulting, data-driven insights in this new report.
- Health Care Reform: Consumer Pulse Survey
In Deloitte CHS suvey in Sep. and Oct. 2010, consumers express mixed views about health care reform, remain concerned about costs, are divided in their assessment of the system’s performance, and are supportive of changes that improve its value.
- Health Reform and the Individual Insurance Market
This Issue Brief offers a strategic assessment of the current and future individual insurance market that may assist states, health plans, and other stakeholders as they prepare for a dramatic uptick in enrollees and associated expectations.
- Health System Chief Information Officers
Deloitte interviewed CIOs in 12 major health care systems to assess their opinions about and preparedness for the near- and longer-term challenges they face in navigating the “new normal.”
- Home-based Care Management Programs Can Stem Rising Health Costs
However, current self-care technologies lack integration with programs
- Medicaid Medical Management: A Potential Savings for States Facing a Budget Crunch
This report explores several ways in which states can use Medicaid medical management to control their Medicaid costs. Leading practices encompass two main categories: Clinical Population Care Management and Administrative Medical Management.
- Medical Home 2.0: The Present, the Future
This paper – the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions’ second look at the medical home – discusses the state of PCMHs under new reform legislation and how they may evolve going forward.
- Medical Tourism: Emerging Phenomenon in Health Care Industry - 2008 Report
Dramatically rising U.S. health care costs are prompting many consumers to consider outbound medical tourism as a viable care option. Read the report.
- Medical Tourism: Update and Implications - 2009 Report
In this updated study, we focus on medical tourism guidelines, the role of health plans, state legislative initiatives, growth of foreign medical sites, and the impact of the U.S. economic downturn on medical tourism’s growth.
- Meeting the Challenge
Employer-sponsored health care plans are facing complex financial, regulatory, and marketplace challenges. This Issue Brief reviews the current state of ESHC and suggests approaches that may help employers manage costs and win the competition for talent.
- Physician Perspectives About Health Information Technology
This survey of physicians assesses their current use and overall views of HIT, as well as actions around electronic health records, meaningful use, and ICD-10.
- Post Health Care Reform Perceptions: Consumer Pulse Survey
According to a survey conducted by the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions in May 2010, while the majority of consumers are satisfied with their current health care coverage, many have concerns about potential changes from PPACA.
- Primary Care: Today and Tomorrow
With potentially 32 million newly insured seeking health care and a pending shortage of primary care physicians, this Issue Brief examines the challenges and barriers facing the U.S. health system.