Competition and the transition to value-based care are two reasons for the dramatic increase in the number of health systems that have acquired physician practices, retail clinics and digital resources in the last nine years, according to a new report from management consulting firm Accenture.
As more startups enter digital healthcare, more are likely to quickly fail, but that gives larger companies the ability to "mine" them for new innovations, according to a report from Accenture.
Just one in three physicians will remain in private practice by the end of 2016, according to a new report from Accenture.
A team led by Leidos and Kansas City, Missouri-based Cerner Corp. has won the highly coveted contract to implement the electronic health record system for the Department of Defense.
The Department of Defense is poised to announce the winner of its electronic health record system contract this week.
Health insurance is so important to employees that 1 in 3 would leave their jobs if their employers stopped fully sponsoring their health benefits, according to survey released today.
Better investments in consumer-facing technology will help state exchanges attract customers and increase the likelihood of sustainability.
Six million Americans used a private insurance exchange to enroll in employer benefits programs for 2015, according to a new report from Accenture. That's double the number of 2014 enrollees--and it's a growth rate that the consultancy expects to continue into 2018.
As part of an effort to modernize its Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture (VistA), the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs this week awarded a $162 million contract to Accenture Federal Services company ASM Research.
Cerner, Leidos and Accenture Federal Services are the latest companies to join forces to vie for the Department of Defense (DoD) request for proposal (RFP) for a new electronic health record system.