L.E.K. Consulting advises provider organizations as they navigate market challenges and opportunities in pursuit of the “quadruple aim” of healthcare.
We help providers to expand their reach and drive sustainable topline growth via product and service line optimization, market expansion, physician alignment, M&A, partnerships and revenue diversification. We also assist with organizational and operational change to improve patient and clinician experience, deliver better outcomes, lower costs and improve the bottom line.
Our approach is always grounded in facts and evidence – primary research, rigorous analytics – as well as deep expertise across healthcare from advising providers and payers as well as leading organizations in the life sciences, pharma services, diagnostics and research tools, medtech, digital health and private equity.
Read on to discover some of our recent thought leadership covering the evolving provider landscape and see how L.E.K. applies unmatched analytical rigor, deep functional expertise and customized approaches to transform ideas into innovative and practical solutions.
Looking Ahead: The US Healthcare Provider Landscape in 2035
Annual U.S. healthcare expenditures have reached a new high. In this first installment of an L.E.K. multipart series, developed from research conducted alongside the World Economic Forum, find out how continued market growth is triggering new implications affecting healthcare providers today and what it means for healthcare in 2035.
The US Nursing Shortage: The Gap Could Reach 400K Hospital RN FTEs in 2027
This Executive Insights examines what’s driving the RN shortage at hospitals throughout the U.S. and looks at how stakeholders within health systems can mitigate growing demand for nurses and an overall dwindling supply of healthcare workers.
L.E.K. 2022 Annual US Hospital Study: Navigating Out of the Pandemic
During the past two decades, a legacy of foundational investments have helped more progressive healthcare organizations achieve larger scale through growth and consolidation. In recent years, however, a notable shift toward value-based care has led to the development of new operating models and accompanying investments. Learn more about this evolution and the seismic shift in care delivery that they represent.
Opportunities for Health Systems and Investors Within Post-Acute and End-of-Life Care
Throughout the U.S. healthcare landscape, a confluence of several key trends has led to an increased emphasis on post-acute care, particularly care that permits aging in place. Read on to explore implications for health systems, hospice providers and investors.
Physician Compensation: The Hidden Challenge to Healthcare Transformation
Throughout the U.S. healthcare landscape, health system and physician financial incentives are increasingly misaligned. Read about six key challenges to physician compensation that create a persistent barrier to true healthcare transformation — and the guiding principles that provider groups can use to navigate them.
Insight Exchange Podcast: The US Healthcare Provider Landscape in 2035 — Part 1
What will costs associated with U.S. healthcare look like in 2035? How will today’s persistently high costs evolve? Listen to this episode of L.E.K.’s Insight Exchange with host and L.E.K. Managing Director Frazer Dorey and three experts in the healthcare provider landscape: Dr. Stephen Mansfield and L.E.K. Managing Directors Rozy Vig and Kevin Grabenstatter.