The Oliver Wyman Health Innovation Center

The Oliver Wyman Health Innovation Center

 

The Oliver Wyman Health Innovation Center (OWHIC) was created to develop and promote market-driven solutions to the crisis of high cost and poor quality that afflicts the healthcare systems of the developed world. Based on the deep healthcare expertise of Oliver Wyman and drawing on a network of innovative leaders across industries, OWHIC identifies and disseminates the ideas and practices that will transform healthcare. Our goal is to create a healthcare system driven by innovation and the needs and desires of consumers, creating value for companies and the public alike.

  • About OWHIC

    Our goal is to mainstream proven innovations and accelerate their development and adoption cycles. This is the moment to fix the broken value equation in healthcare.

    All Rise With Innovation

    For more on the ongoing work of OWHIC and its bold vision, see Clinical Innovation + Technology's July 2013 cover story.

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  • OWHIC Advisory Board

    OWHIC is squarely focused on the power of industry leaders working together to change healthcare. As such we created an Advisory Board comprised of 40 CEOs, senior decision-makers, and thought-leaders from diverse sectors.

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  • Health Innovation Center Infographics & Reports

    The Oliver Wyman Health Innovation Center (OWHIC) is a collaborative group of cross-industry CEOs and senior decision makers, all of whom share a passion for dramatically improving healthcare. A primary goal of OWHIC is to mainstream proven innovations and accelerate their adoptio...

  • Pharma in the World of Patient-Centered Care

    Healthcare markets are being transformed as incumbents and disruptive innovators work to reshape the consumer value equation and shift trillions of dollars of value from volume- and usage-based models to value-based care. Leading organizations have already learned to lower total cost and improve...

  • Convergence: Consumer and Patient-Centered Business Designs

    What will be the distinguishing feature of the healthcare marketplace over the next decade? We would argue that it will be convergence – a blurring of the traditional lines that separate healthcare from health insurance, medicine from health and wellness, employer-sponsored benefits from retail-based healthcare, and the physical from the virtual. In this

  • The New Leadership Model for Healthcare

    Time after time in a variety of industries (technology and retail most recently), a handful of leaders have stood apart for their ability both to bring about transformational change in their own organizations and to lead the market toward a new vision. Healthcare today needs that sort of leadership to guide and accelerate the movement toward a consumer-centered healthcare market that is glob...

  • Consumer-Centered Business Designs

    The second 2013 ideation session of the Oliver Wyman Health Innovation Center (OWHIC) pushed beyond patient-centered care to focus on consumer-centered...

  • Patient-Centered Care and Population Health Management at Scale

    Our April workshop was a great success. With our Roadmap to 2025 in place, the Oliver Wyman Health Innovation Center (OWHIC) teamed with more than 20 healthcare leaders to capture the best new think...

  • The Volume-to-Value Revolution

    This inaugural report of the Oliver Wyman Health Innovation Center (OWHIC) explores the future of healthcare between now and 2025. It offers an overview of three major waves of innovation that over the next decade will bring us to a new patient-centered and value-based approach to healthcare deli...

  • What Can the World Learn from U.S. Healthcare Reform?

    For decades, the U.S. healthcare system has been one of the world’s most expensive and inefficient. But there's another side to the story, as laid out in the report "How Much Could the World Save Through Innovative Healthcare Delivery Models?" Prepared for the January 2014 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland, the report explains how a handful of U.S. healthcar...

  • Tracking the Growth of Accountable Care

    One of the most striking features of healthcare reform in the United States is the explosive growth of accountable care organizations (ACOs). ACOs take responsibility for the overall health of their patients – not just treating their diseases – and are paid based on their success in controlling costs. Although many providers self-identify as ACOs, we count only those that have “flip...

  • Private Exchanges Change the Game

    When Walgreens announced recently that it would offer its employees medical, dental, and vision benefits through a private exchange, insurers took notice. Here was a major employer with a significant number of white-collar employees on its payroll, shifting to a new and relatively unproven benefits model. Is Walgreens’ move a bellwether for a new healthcare benefits paradigm? Oliver...

  • Ten Ideas from Oliver Wyman

    Oliver Wyman brings exceptional people together to create value by making lasting contributions to our clients, industries, and societies. We have a hunger for a deeper understanding of everything a...

  • The ACO Surprise

    The healthcare world has only gotten serious about accountable care organizations in the past two years, but it is already clear that they are well positioned to provide a serious competitive threat to traditional fee-for-service medicine. In "The ACO Surprise", our analysis finds that 2...