Healthcare Industry: Insights and Trends
Insights into Healthcare, Emerging Trends, and Impacts on US and Global Economies from industry experts across our healthcare and banking solutions teams
Future of Hospitals in Post-COVID America - Part 2
In the second of two articles on the Future of Hospitals in Post-COVID America, we explore how enlightened healthcare policies, private sector investment and market forces can support hospital transformation and meet regional needs for higher quality, more affordable and more consistently accessible care.
Middle market shaken, but not broken, by COVID-19
Each quarter, to understand what impact current macroeconomic conditions and government policies have on the business environment, KeyBank surveys 400 middle market business owners and executives – defined as those in the $10 million to $2 billion range.
Home Health is Where the Growth Is: The Post-COVID Rise of Platform Solutions
Home Healthcare utilization is surging even as the sector evolves to encompass a larger population of patients and a broader array of increasingly complicated conditions. Sophisticated operators are deploying new technology, services and data and analytics to engage and support consumers and providers while integrating care delivery across the acute and post-acute continuum. Innovative approaches to the market will lead the way in the next wave of consolidation and growth.
Public Health and Healthcare in Post-COVID America: Innovative Solutions for a Healthier, More Prosperous Society
COVID-19’s disproportionate impact on vulnerable populations and communities has called more attention to broad disparities in social determinants of health (SDoH). One potential positive outcome from this crisis is the opportunity to systematically address SDoH at national scale with a wave of investment and coordination in innovative, holistic services. This article looks at challenges in addressing social health needs while highlighting organizations leading efforts today.
Additional Topics & Insights on Healthcare
Future of Hospitals in Post-COVID America - Part 1
In the first of two articles on the Future of Hospitals in Post-COVID America, we look at how the pandemic has exposed deep flaws in activity-based payment models and the nation’s public health infrastructure, putting intense pressure on many hospitals and health systems. The market response will likely accelerate consolidation and the transition to value-based care.
Finding Your Way To Healthcare Cybersecurity – Part 1 of 3
Hacking: A Digital Epidemic
Many current medical IT security issues first surfaced about a decade ago. Part 1 of our series outlines the background and circumstances that led to the extraordinary challenges facing healthcare IT security today.
Widen the Funnel and Close the Gaps: The Summit-CityMD Combo Sees "Big Apple" Opportunity through Integrated Care Delivery
Private Equity-funded delivery models are emerging to create more integrated care models that position well for value-based contracting.
Combatting COVID-19 with Virtual Care and Predictive Analytics
In response to COVID-19, healthcare is reconfiguring itself in real-time by turning to virtual care delivery platforms to treat and screen patients, and data and analytics to track disease spread, predict severity and allocate resources. This article focuses on the role of health IT startups in meeting these expanded service demands with proven but under-utilized tech-based solutions that can scale quickly and massively.
Healthcare Discussion: The Return to Electives
Join Managing Directors from Cain Brothers, as they discuss the return of elective procedures as the economy re-opens from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Client Success Story: Hitachi & Boone County Health Center
Boone County Health was interested in upgrading its MRI scanner in order to provide higher quality and a wider variety of diagnostic imaging.
Client Success Story: Remedi SeniorCare Leverages Financing
Remedi SeniorCare leverages financing to expand medicine dosing for long-term care residents.
Client Success Story: Madison Radiology
Today’s imaging equipment is more sophisticated than ever, but with a potential cash outlay of millions of dollars, most radiologists find themselves shopping simultaneously for both equipment and a way to finance it.