Emerging health economies are challenging traditional models of care and succeeding with innovative, low-cost alternatives.
Healthcare organisations around the world are increasingly pursuing tighter control over quality assurance and reliability.
As countries grow wealthier, models of healthcare provision and financing need to adapt to increasing expectations and new demands for healthcare.
On 4 August 2010, 67 percent of Kenyan voters approved a new Constitution in a constitutional referendum, and it was signed into law on 27 August 2010.
A new report from KPMG that shows how several hospitals around the world are achieving remarkable and lasting advances in efficiency and patient care by successfully adopting Lean manufacturing techniques
These are exciting times for healthcare. Emerging economies around the world are focussed on innovation and developing new business models for this sector.
Healthcare transformation demands a new vision and approach from life sciences companies.
Innovative funding, patient-centred care and community involvement for long-term care systems worldwide.
A KPMG report explores the state of healthcare in Africa, identifies reasons for underperformance and highlights success stories
KPMG’s Global Healthcare Practice global insights
KPMG Quarterly Issues Briefing discusses convenient, accessible and affordable long-term care for the elderly | KPMG
Improving workforce productivity while also achieving gains in quality will enhance the attractiveness of healthcare work. | KPMG
A KPMG study into the failures of payment systems within healthcare, emphasising the importance of paying for value rather than performance
The recently released National Health Insurance (NHI) government Policy Paper sets out a compelling vision to tackle the South African healthcare challenges of access to care and quality service delivery.
How healthcare systems are expected be evolve due to Healthcare integration the next five years - KPMG