COVID-19 has made it more pressing than ever to integrate online and offline offerings and to establish integrated health ecosystems. We asked key healthcare leaders about their views to make this change happen.
Health care providers
A personalized care approach can help consumers manage in a COVID-19 era, as well as potentially reduce unnecessary healthcare costs.
Asia is paving the way for digital health ecosystems, and potential ecosystem orchestrators can generate value by taking bold, strategic actions.
Leading medtech companies are shifting to omnichannel models to build personalized engagement and stronger relationships with healthcare professionals, which will ultimately translate into better care for patients.
In a post-COVID-19 era, healthcare executives are preparing to reinvent their businesses.
As variants of the COVID-19 virus emerge, genomic sequencing could help boost the public health response and provide the impetus to create value for future crises.
The payer CMO has moved from a physician executive to strategic business partner. Organizations that embrace this expanded and diversified role for the CMO can create sustained competitive advantage and unlock significant value for the enterprise and its stakeholders.
Near-term actions can help rural communities as they manage the pandemic on three fronts: treating serious COVID-19 cases, curbing further spread of the virus, and addressing mental health and social needs.
Behavioral health needs have increased since the pandemic began even as the use of behavioral health services has decreased.
The public, private, and social sectors can all play a role in improving access and outcomes for those with behavioral health conditions.