From “wartime” to “peacetime”: Five stages for healthcare institutions in the battle against COVID-19
Healthcare has found itself tested by the pandemic. The frontlines are delivering heroically, but the next normal for healthcare will look nothing like the normal we leave behind.Read article
The implications of COVID-19 for vulnerable populations
McKinsey’s open-access dashboard looks at individuals with physical or behavioral health vulnerability and their risk for developing COVID-19.
Healthcare Providers: Preparing for the next normal after COVID-19
The length of disruption for patients continuing physical distancing remains unclear. However, most forward-looking healthcare organizations may use this time to materially scale virtual health offerings in ways that create competitive advantage.
Major challenges remain in COVID-19 testing
There remain challenges and risk in considering “widespread testing” as the sole criterion for returning to work and activities.
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Center for Societal Benefit through Healthcare
Improving healthcare has long been a central part of the mission of McKinsey’s Healthcare Systems & Services Practice.Visit
Insights on mental health from a 2019 McKinsey Consumer survey
McKinsey conducted a national survey to understand the impact of unmet social needs on consumer health outcomes, utilization, and preferences. Given the link between unmet social needs and lower socioeconomic status, respondents for this survey included adult Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries as well as low-income adults who were uninsured or who had purchased insurance through the individual market.