Changing market dynamics and demands for a more progressive approach to manage healthcare challenges are leading to convergence in healthcare. I spoke about this trend in my last blog and how it’s resulting not only in global healthcare systems becoming more and more alike, but also in convergence across a broad range of healthcare organizations.
Cyber risks are real and are constantly evolving with technological advances and pervasiveness. Whether individuals, small business or multi-national – all might face a Cyber incident that can result in costly financial consequences. In times of heavy competition in classic insurance products and negative interest rate headwinds limiting returns from insurer’s bond portfolios, Cyber risks present a major opportunity for the insurance industry. With annual growth rates of up to 100%, global Cyber insurance market size predictions for 2025 range between $ 10 to 20+…
Authors: Dr. Alexander Schellong, Wolfgang Kiener Hijacking and ransom payments. It is something associated with war zones, poor countries such as Somalia and their pirates, crime syndicates or Hollywood movies. Think again. The digital transformation brings it closer to home. Everybody needs to understand this growing Cyber threat of #ITnapping for ransom.
Population Health Management: Integrating eHealth-Technologies, Health Management and Health Economy
Many eHealth initiatives are pretty much known in the German healthcare system as well as in further European countries. The different scopes range from video-consultation for seriously ill COPD patients, tele-radiology to the electronic health card or certain regional health-supply systems (e.g. “UGOM” in Bavaria, Germany) – some of them already proven in daily practice.
There’s a lot of discussion about the impact of chronic diseases, aging populations and rising healthcare costs in every market and region, but it’s worth taking a step back in order to understand how these developments are impacting the wider healthcare environment at a global level.