Healthcare Insights Center
The transformation of the global healthcare landscape has been almost dizzying — from rapid-fire innovations, to changing regulations, to revolutionary new business models. At the same time, nations everywhere face significant challenges, including aging populations, digitization, rising costs and greater consumer access to medical information. For companies competing in this space, staying abreast of trends and emerging issues is paramount.
Understanding and dissecting the dynamics of this quickly evolving ecosystem is the central focus of L.E.K.’s HealthCare Insights Center. Below, we have assembled our latest thinking on some of the most critical issues affecting the healthcare industry, including: the M&A outlook in biopharma, new healthcare service models, clinical trial trends, the future of biosimilars, the impact of major market disruptors, and the convergence of digital technology and healthcare.
Leveraging our own market research, access to industry leaders, and experience across all major segments of the healthcare market — as well as a range of proprietary data, tools, and methodologies — our global team of subject matter experts bring novel insights to the most difficult and pressing questions facing healthcare companies today. With access to this information, industry leaders will be well-positioned to not only navigate today’s challenges, but anticipate those on the horizon.
Asia-Pacific Life Sciences Centre of Excellence
The Centre is supported by the Singapore Economic Development Board, and leverages L.E.K.’s deep industry knowledge and proprietary tools, as well as Singapore’s strong research ecosystem, to produce materials on a broad range of life sciences and healthcare topics.
Healthcare in a Post-COVID-19 World: Three Trends to Watch
How will healthcare change in a post-COVID-19 world? In this video, L.E.K. Managing Director Andrew Kadar discusses shifts in three enduring trends, including care in the home, migration from fee-for-service to value-based care and the increased focus on behavioral health.