New Ideas & Advice for Health Care Leaders Together with Harvard Business Review Analytic Services we explore the numbers behind the challenges and trends in healthcare


Siemens Healthineers teamed up with Harvard Business Review to get profound scientific insights of ongoing challenges and trends of the Health Care industry.

“The practice of Health Care will see more changes in the next 10 years than it has seen in the last 100 years! And this is a good thing.”
Sally Daub, CEO of Francisco-based Enlitic

Together with Harvard Business Review Analytical Services we stressed 4 important fields, we identified as the key areas to be tackled by C-Suite Leaders in healthcare

and had a look at the pulse of healthcare transformation.

Large scale transformation is happening in healthcare. Find out what decision makers say about the direction of our industry and what the future is promising for healthcare providers.

Disappointing patient experiences lead to poor reputations.

The increasingly competitive healthcare market is facing the problem of balancing the need to deliver good clinical outcomes with demands for patient satisfaction. Patients and families are increasingly taking the initiative in steering their healthcare experiences. We explored the approaches of leading healthcare organizations and created a four-part patient experience improvement strategy, which explains how to deliver the care patients want and need.

Too many & too few defibrillators are implanted.

Healthcare providers around the world can unlock the power of precision medicine for better care and lower cost. This whitepaper for executives and leaders in healthcare explains on how to expand precision medicine and scale it up to an organizational level.

1.7 billion people will use mobile health apps by 2018.

How can healthcare providers harness the power of digitalization? We looked at leading healthcare organizations to explore their approaches toward digitalizing their institutions.

2030 more than 100.000 physicians could be missing in US.

Value will shape care delivery. Multidisiciplinary teams will work collaboratively across the full care cycle. Providers will be enabled to eliminate waste and variations. Care delivery will be designed to reduce costs with no sacrifice in outcomes.

Better outcomes is key driver to increase value in healthcare.

What are the opportunities for healthcare in the age of disruption? We asked healthcare professionals in an online survey conducted by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services to take the pulse of healthcare's transformation.