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  • The great consolidation: The potential for rapid consolidation of health systems
    Deloitte models estimate that after consolidation in the next decade, only 50 percent of current health systems will likely remain. Executives should consider defining how their hospitals will survive: Should they acquire? Differentiate? Seek other relationship types? Staying the course is no longer an option.
  • Annual check-up on physician adoption of health IT
    Deloitte’s 2014 Survey of U.S. Physicians examined physicians’ current use and overall views of mobile health (mHealth) technologies, Meaningful Use (MU) and electronic health records (EHRs).
  • [VIDEO] The future of health care. It’s in your hands
    Discover a future where technology streamlines the health care experience for consumers, practitioners, hospitals, pharmacies and other stakeholders, by placing pertinent health data at their fingertips in real time.
  • Young adults and health insurance: Not invincible — but perhaps convincible
    Looking ahead to the next open enrollment season, how can health plans and government agencies entice young people to participate? According to Deloitte’s 2014 Survey of Young Adults and Health Insurance, the answer may lie in information, affordability, and value.
  • Good for what ails us: The disruptive rise of value-based care
    The health care industry is ripe for disruptive innovation as systemic challenges continue to face the industry and stakeholders demand increased value. Health care stakeholders will need to change traditional delivery and payment models or risk survival.
  • Health Care Current
    This weekly series explores breaking news and developments in the U.S. health care industry, examine key issues facing life sciences and health care companies and provide updates and insights on policy, regulatory and legislative changes.
  • Home health care: New opportunities and challenges for care provided inside the home
    The demand for efficient home health care is projected to grow, particularly amid the adoption of new and expanded payment and delivery models. Industry stakeholders interested in home health will need to carefully navigate this new landscape.
  • Infographic: No time to slow down: Looking ahead to 2015 HIX open enrollment
    The 2014 HIX open enrollment season is now over, and the first round of results are in. Initial estimates as of April 19, 2014, suggest that more than 8 million individuals are now enrolled in health insurance coverage through the federally-facilitated or state-based HIXs. What’s behind the numbers? And what uncertainties could the industry face as stakeholders begin placing bets for 2015 HIX open enrollment and beyond
  • The four dimensions of effective mHealth: People, places, payment and purpose
    The promise of mHealth is profound but, as yet, unrealized. While the tools to deliver mHealth already reside in users’ hands, how do we bridge the gap from opportunity to adoption? In order for mHealth to reach its full potential, four critical dimensions must align: people, places, payment and purpose.
  • The quest for value in health care: A place for consumers
    Three key disrupters are driving an increasingly consumer-centric health care system. How are consumers responding? What are the implications for the industry? And what steps can health care providers, health plans and life sciences companies consider to help win in this new marketplace?
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