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Value walks

In this study, we show that there are providers that successfully manage the workforce challenge and the five distinguishing factors that help them make a difference.
Modified date: 11/7/2014
Survey report

Survey of Corporate Responsibility Reporting

The KPMG International Corporate Responsibility Reporting Survey 2011 is the most comprehensive survey of Corporate Responsibility (CR) reporting trends ever published.
Modified date: 1/30/2015
Press release

Something to teach, Something to learn

This report aims to provide a snapshot of the thinking and learning that emerged from KPMG’s Global Healthcare summit held in Rome in October 2012.
Modified date: 4/25/2013
Survey report

Care in a changing world

Care in a changing world: Challenges and opportunities for sustainable healthcare examines the healthcare industry as it faces an era of change and transition.
Modified date: 10/17/2014
Business and industry issue

Clinical governance

This report examines leading practices in safety and quality assurance, governance and measurement from some global best-in-class healthcare providers.
Modified date: 9/17/2014
Business and industry issue; White paper

The primary care paradox

Primary care - New designs and models examines sector-wide challenges, traditional primary care models now face, highlighting the need for innovation and reinvention.
Modified date: 9/17/2014
Business and industry issue; Case study; White paper

An uncertain age

Few if any societies have truly faced up to the magnitude of the long term elderly care crisis. If this system fails it will have devastating consequences for elderly individuals, their families, the economy and wider society. Without swift action, such a gloomy outlook is probable rather than possible.
Modified date: 9/4/2014
Survey report

What Works

Engaged patients and care givers are the key to improved healthcare at lower costs
Modified date: 3/23/2015
Business and industry issue; Publication series

Necessity: the mother of innovation

Powerful demographic shifts are transforming the way countries with developing and maturing health systems think about the financing and provision of care.
Modified date: 9/18/2014
Business and industry issue; White paper

Breaking through the wall

The early achievements of applying Lean principles to healthcare have been useful but often fragmented efforts, creating islands of improvement in the short-term but failing to deliver lasting benefits.
Modified date: 12/2/2014
Survey report
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