Health Care Advisory Services

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The current health care environment requires evaluation of both what you do and how you do it. Let EY help you optimize, grow, and protect your business.

EY - Introducing EY's Health Care Advisory Sector

Introducing EY’s Health Care Advisory Sector

The health care landscape is changing. There are several forces at play: volatility of the environment; velocity of innovation and information; visibility into everything an organization does.

EY - Driving healthy growth: proactive compliance

Driving healthy growth: proactive compliance

Health care organizations are exposed to increased risk in a rapidly changing regulatory and competitive environment. Robust, integrated compliance capabilities are essential for growth.

EY - Bringing patients into focus

Bringing patients into focus

In today's rapidly changing health care environment, leading organizations are standardizing their clinical and financial data and developing platforms to facility data sharing and collaboration.

EY - Managed Care 2.0: everything old is new again?

Managed Care 2.0: everything old is new again?

The Affordable Care Act signaled a new era in US health care. Our report highlights key differences between managed care of the 1990s and today.

EY - Health Industry Post: population health management

Health Industry Post: population health management

Population health management principles and technologies have the potential to curtail costs and deliver value. Learn how payers and providers are collaborating for positive outcomes.

EY - New horizons: health care industry report 2014

New horizons: health care industry report 2014

A profound shift is happening in the US health care system. In this edition, we explore ways the industry is becoming more anchored in value.

EY - mHealth: mobile technology poised to enable a new era in health care

mHealth: mobile technology poised to enable a new era in health care

Health care ecosystems around the world are overburdened and in need of major reform. We ask if mobile technology can transform an ailing system.