Leading hospitals, health plans and life sciences executives believe their business models are ‘somewhat sustainable ’ From volume to value (USA): Source: Transforming Healthcare: From Volume to Value – New Research on Emerging Business Models KPMG 2012 Sustainability of current business models over next 5 years:
But they don’t feel their industries will stay the same… …with moderate to major change coming in their sectors Source: Transforming Healthcare: From Volume to Value – New Research on Emerging Business Models KPMG 2012 Extent of changes to your industry over next 5 years:
They believe that integrated care will… Source: Pre-conference survey Something to teach, something to learn, KPMG Rome 2012 …offer new possibilities for quality and cost Reduce costs (75%) Improve outcomes (90%)
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