PA Consulting Group recently attended and exhibited at the HIMSS16 event at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas, NV.
At the event, PA exhibited some of our latest product innovations in healthcare. Our healthcare experts met with a number of attendees at the exhibition stand to discuss the latest trends and issues in the healthcare sector, drawing on recent findings from PA’s reports Innovation as Unusual and Healthcare 2018: Creating opportunity amid disruption.
PA also had a kiosk in the Population Health pavilion, where a number of attendees tried our population health management simulator. In addition, PA’s healthcare experts Nilesh Chandra and Nick Mathisen delivered a presentation in the Population Health pavilion about turning population health from concept to reality.
At PA’s exhibition stand, attendees found interactive content and case stories, real product examples and information on PA’s insights on innovation and the future of healthcare.
Our healthcare experts were on hand to discuss PA’s recent research reports, including:
In addition, we displayed interactive content highlighting our innovative product development and stories of how our solutions are solving the issues our clients face in the market. There were also a number of physical products on display, including:
Our population health kiosk featured a population health management simulator where attendees explored how to create a strategy that controls costs while keeping your population as healthy as possible.
The simulator combines PA’s decades of experience in System Dynamics simulation with Forio’s expertise in online delivery of predictive analytics and business simulations.
PA healthcare experts, Nilesh Chandra and Nick Mathisen, gave their thoughts on how population health programs can go from concept to reality.
The Population Health market is predicted to double in the next five years. There is much promise for providers and payers as they seek to improve quality while reducing cost and ensuring access. And while most organizations have successful pilots and prototypes - where are the successful enterprise scale businesses? We think most initiatives are too focused on one aspect of the business model. Our talk covered an integrated approach and case studies that pull it all together for the long term.
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