The soaring population in the Middle East makes meeting healthcare needs particularly pressing in the region, presenting diverse challenges for governments and private entities alike. Key healthcare issues include addressing immediate, acute infrastructure needs; meeting regulatory requirements; attracting and retaining human capital; and developing a viable, long-term plan for healthcare financing. To meet these challenges, healthcare providers must develop innovative strategies that are aligned with their capabilities and market demands.

Healthcare strategy consulting

Strategy& provides clients with comprehensive healthcare strategy consulting services based upon a detailed analysis of current trends and challenges. Our goal is to help healthcare entities discover how to become great where it really matters — from assisting regulatory agencies with creating policies to working with hospitals, clinics, and other medical service providers on articulating a well-defined, distinctive set of capabilities that allow them to effectively serve their markets.

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GCC health providers can use customized whole-person care models (WPCMs) to care for subpopulations that are at disproportionate risk of, or suffering from, non-communicable diseases. WPCMs have five elements: a care coordinator, a multidisciplinary healthcare team, care collaborators, informatics, and incentive structures.
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The GCC is confronting near epidemic levels of non-communicable diseases such as cardiovascular and respiratory illnesses, cancer, and diabetes. Governments urgently need to introduce a range of new and effective policies to curb these diseases’ prevalence, otherwise the economic burden that they impose will reach $68 billion in 2022.
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Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries can use public-private partnerships as a means of managing rising healthcare costs, as a mechanism to enhance the capabilities of the healthcare system, and as part of a program of systemic transformation of the sector.

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