Healthcare has always been a complex industry characterized by numerous silos working to intersect to do the business of delivering care. This complexity has continued to increase given the growth of an aging population, a key driver of healthcare demand, and the need to maximize the value for the dollars our nation spends on healthcare. As consumers (formerly known as “patients”) take on a larger percentage of out-of-pocket costs, they are seeking convenience, transparency and better value. Advances in technology (both clinical and managerial) are improving the way care is being delivered and financed. As a result, traditional healthcare organizations are restructuring and new players are entering the market with new models. While much of this is evolutionary in nature, it is useful to periodically take a snapshot of what is occurring and the forces that are driving those changes. Click download to read our snapshot presentation by Don Wegmiller, Chairman of C-Suite Resources summarizing the key forces and factors shaping the future of healthcare and how organizations are responding.