JP Morgan Healthcare 2016
Looking Ahead to the JP Morgan Healthcare meeting 2016
The coming of a new year for several of my buddies and family members means a concentrate on health, wellness and self-improvement. That same focus applies to the medical community near and far as innovators, investors and established healthcare leaders descend upon San Francisco when it comes to annual JP Morgan Healthcare meeting. The flurry of task that may take place in meeting rooms, hotels and coffee stores in greater 415 location code will play a pivotal part in shaping healthcare development and financial investment agendas for several constituents in 2016. Even as we start this new 12 months it's a very good time to think about 2015 and look toward the motifs impacting 2016.
At this point last year, TripleTree had been centered on a handful of motifs including cost containment and treatment control, quality boosting treatment delivery designs and also the acceleration of technology-enabled solutions. Looking right back on the medical M&A landscape in 2015, it is easily evident that stakeholders throughout the continuum were acutely centered on these strategic priorities.
As we check out 2016, TripleTree is keenly centered on three key trends transforming medical:
- Change to price. With a push from the facilities for Medicare and Medicaid providers, the energy around value-based reimbursement/care is gaining grip available. From approximately 50per cent of Medicare payments transitioning into alternate repayment designs by 2018 towards managed attention market pressing the value-based transformation more aggressively, we enjoy engaging with people across the industry as provider and payer landscape tackles this paradigm shift.
- Engaged health care consumers. 65percent of customers today demand control of decisions regarding their own health while almost half of businesses tend to be considering a switch to defined share wellness programs. During the last 10 years employers have actually driven a six-fold rise in the involvement price of consumer-driven wellness programs. There has never been a more interesting time to empower and engage customers within the management of their health and wellbeing, while significantly enhancing the consumer’s capability to financially help their particular destination because the 3rd biggest payer in medical beyond Medicare and Medicaid.