Build for someone, not everyone, to increase your odds of making a tangible impact. Focus on high-friction problems that you have the unique perspective to solve.
Blind spots stymie thinking big, staying focused and starting now. Identify industry colleagues and partners to close gaps and chart a path to connected health.
Consumers want more from healthcare. Seeing care through a patient’s eyes helps you reimagine delivery through an experience lens.
“I would like to see the healthcare industry stop thinking about healthcare as a place you go to receive a thing and instead think about it as a state that we’re seeking.”
“Biopharma has advanced capabilities to understand and engage with the stakeholders who have the agency to champion connected health. The key will be reframing how biopharma partners to unlock the value of the whole-person-centered future of health at scale.”
“There’s no other constituent that has a better view of the entire healthcare system than health plans. They need to continue their efforts to go beyond explaining benefits to explaining how to help people better navigate the system.”
“If you set out to solve the big healthcare problems, you’re going to die under their weight. If you start small, at some point you’ll hit the scale barrier. We should look to build solutions for someone, not for everyone.”
“Integrated care models are gaining ground and becoming a global trend. When financial incentives, performance and the greater good are part of the discussion, you tend to get good results.”
“Consumers in the U.K., Germany and Sweden told us they want stronger relationships with their healthcare providers than they’re experiencing. Physicians should be spending less time struggling with unintuitive technology and more time caring for patients.”
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