Putting the patient first

ey-artikelHospital renovations as an opportunity

The best possible outcome-to-cost ratios are the core concern of value-centered health policies, as pursued and already partially implemented in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and many other countries. In this context, patient-oriented care is playing an increasingly pivotal role for hospitals. In order to remain economically viable and competitive, they have to strike a balance between cost optimization, functionality and patient orientation. Hospitals should use new construction and renovation projects as an opportunity to fully align their concept with the needs of their patients.

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What do payers really want?

P_FlochelAll hands on deck – navigating the payers’ landscape, Patrick Flochel, Global Pharmaceutical Leader, EY



  1. What do payers really want?   The devil is in the details.
  2. We are all payers now.    Financing innovation.
  3. Population health vs. unit of one.
  4. If data is the currency of the new ecosystem, TRUST is the central bank.

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