GCC – Large transformations in health care
Friday, 08 26 2016, Category: Health, Country: Gulf Cooperation Council
A recent report says that the transformation witnessed in health care in the Gulf Cooperation Countries results from the consumer pressures. This new report shows that the consumption intensification is the main driver of the reengineering of the health care sector. This transformation does not emanate from the innovations in health care but instead on the launching of new models for business, which transcend the constraints imposed on the health sector today in order to provide health care services, which meet the demands of consumers.
The report also clarified that new business model will be based on the requirements of consumers instead of the regulations and laws imposed in health insurance. This new model will help achieve the health care market 2.0 (the new general of health care), where a large number of industries meet in order to launch a new market, which provide health care and better lives for consumers.
Source: Al Jazirah