David G. Anderson, PhD

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David G. Anderson, PhD

Latest Work

Healthcare venture investing: How to succeed in a white-hot market

U.S. health systems can best promote cost effectiveness of health through innovation and a commitment to ensuring the ongoing financial sustainability of the healthcare enterprise. Health systems are increasingly turning to venture investing to achieve these goals.

Array December 3, 2021

Why health systems need a hybrid strategy and ambidextrous leadership to ensure financial sustainability

In today’s complex healthcare environment, health systems require an effective hybrid strategy that accounts for the fundamental differences among the various markets in which they compete, including inpatient, population health and emerging markets.

Array February 26, 2020

Inpatient market consolidation has led to stable inpatient markets in metro areas I HFMA

After a period of rapid consolidation, U.S. metro inpatient markets are now stable oligopolies, with a small number of competing provider systems selling inpatient services to a small number of health insurers.

Array February 17, 2020

Developing a change agenda for ambulatory care: How consumerism, private-equity investments and partnerships are redefining the market

The shift to an outpatient- and consumer-driven healthcare system requires traditional providers to strategically respond to game-changing trends.

Array May 28, 2019

Organizations that are changing the face of the ambulatory care market

The shift to an outpatient- and consumer-driven healthcare system requires traditional providers to strategically respond to game-changing trends.

Array May 24, 2019