United Kingdom Healthcare Innovation
Just like that old pair of bell bottoms buried in the back corner of your closet, the healthcare system in the United Kingdom is rigidly stuck in the 1960s. But a new push from the government to radically digitize a system in dire need of a modern makeover is promoting consumer centricity and is making prevention a key care delivery focus. So say our guests on this episode of the Oliver Wyman Health Podcast. Tom Robinson, a San Francisco-based Partner in Oliver Wyman’s Health & Life Sciences division, chats with Crispin Ellison, a London-based Partner, also in Oliver Wyman’s Health & Life Sciences division, who works with the National Health Service (NHS) and the Prime Minister’s Office, to learn about a movement across the UK to shake up healthcare’s status quo. Together, they discuss innovation opportunities across the UK healthcare system for those in the United States. Crispin also shares his perspective on how to crack brain cancer.
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