Transforming Consumer Experience in Healthcare

The healthcare ecosystem is becoming increasingly complex and consumer needs and expectations are escalating. The drive to create a more sustainable healthcare system means that industry players are forced to deliver new models of care whilst developing more sustainable business models under ever increasing budgetary conditions.  As cost cutting efforts reach diminishing returns, it has become obvious that the solution to this complex set of issues is to re-frame the problem, working back from patients and health consumers, and build models that deliver compelling experiences to consumers and superior health outcomes.

Last week, I held a webinar in collaboration with international consulting firm Palladium, and delivered insights on the healthcare system and future trends obtained from the Future Solutions in Australian Healthcare White Paper, an acclaimed research paper involving 21 thought leaders in Australian healthcare. If you missed it, please click on the video above to watch the recording.

It will identify where various sectors in healthcare have become siloed and focused on internal drivers, rather than focusing on patient and consumer demand drivers. New technologies for developing insights into experiences and narratives will be examined along with practical models for innovation to improve return on investment.  By the end of the session, you will have a clear step-by-step guideline to introduce consumer-focused transformation in your organisation.

Please do not hesitate to get in touch with me if you have any questions or would like to share your insights on this timely topic.

Dr Avnesh Ratnanesan
About the Author: Dr Avnesh Ratnanesan

Dr Avi is a medical doctor with broad healthcare sector experience including hospitals, biotech, pharmaceuticals and the wellness industry. He is a leading expert who coaches and consults to senior executives, entrepreneurs, practitioners, organisations and governments.



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