With healthcare organizations expanding across the value chain and blurring boundaries across sectors, Jen, Mindy, and Ryan discuss the trend towards business model and partnership innovation. The episode opens with a discussion of what is driving this change (00:45), specifically consumers, complexity, connected care, cost, the need to create and capturing value, and of course, COVID-19 (04:08). At (06:28) the conversation shifts to discussing a few specific business model and partnership innovation examples, including the Oak Street-One Medical partnership (06:50), the Humana-Dispatch health partnership (08:44), and the Hims/Hers-Privia Health partnership (10:32). Traditional life science companies continue to pursue unique launch partnerships, licensing opportunities, and distribution agreements (11:06), while healthcare organizations are spinning out their in-house technology solutions as independent offerings (12:37). The episode concludes with a discussion of what healthcare leaders should be considering to make these new partnerships and models successful (13:48), including clearly defined goals and success metrics, transparency, and agility.
The Convergence Conversation
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2023 Healthcare Industry Trends
2023 Healthcare Industry Trends
Emergence from a global pandemic is setting the stage for an eventful 2023 as powerful forces challenge the healthcare industry to modernize their businesses. Learn more about the top trends our team of experts expects will shape the healthcare industry this year.
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