Thinking differently about how to harness healthcare markets

Rabin Martin President & CEO Jeff Sturchio’s recent contribution to the British Medical Journal discusses how thinking differently about how to harness health markets could provide more health for more people. The article, “The global healthcare markets” — delves into the complex global health economy and challenges in adapting health systems to provide more ...

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Spotlight on oncology: Increasing access to patient-centered cancer care

As the global burden of disease shifts from infectious to chronic, non-communicable diseases, health systems and industry are tackling these challenges by focusing on how to provide personalized, patient-centered care to all people who need it, while considering issues around cost and value of innovation. Having just returned from the World Cancer Congress in ...

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Expanding adolescent mental health screening

The United States routinely screens teens for vision and hearing loss, but not for a mental illness. For more than a decade, we worked with the TeenScreen National Center for Mental Health Checkups at Columbia University to expand teen mental health screening to 43 states. Now major insurers, primary care providers and more than 500 schools and community organizations offer a free mental health check-up for teenagers.
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Diabetes: Rethinking Novo Nordisk’s global strategy for access to care

Novo Nordisk came to us with a question: How could the company help improve access to diabetes care for patients around the world? We initiated a comprehensive re-assessment of the company’s access strategy, benchmarked novel approaches and gained feedback from more than 40 stakeholders, helping Novo Nordisk identify the opportunity to build on its legacy as the leading diabetes company in the world by working to close the global gap in access to insulin.
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