digital therapeutics

Orexo launches digital therapeutics using Accenture’s INTIENT platform

The solution, called vorvida, is launching for patients in the United States dealing with problematic alcohol use.
NAVIFY Tumor Board

Accenture, Roche working together to enhance digital healthcare for cancer patients

Under the deal, Accenture will provide digital data integration services to Roche's NAVIFY Tumor Board solution.
83% of U.S. physicians have had a cyber-attack in their practices

Research: 83% of U.S. physicians have had a cyber-attack in their practices

The findings come from an online survey conducted between July and August 2017, that was further supported with in-depth research and phone interviews.
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Survey: 70% of US consumers would use virtual health services for non-urgent issues

Also, 77% of respondents would use virtual services to track health indicators like blood pressure and glucose levels; and 76% for follow-up appointments.
Consumer Survey - Accenture

Survey: 92% of patients want access to their health records

On the other hand, the number of doctors who think patients should have access to their health records has dropped from 31 in 2014 to 18 percent today.
on-demand healthcare investments

Forecast: On-demand healthcare companies to raise $1B in 2017

The number of these companies has spiked from 4 in 2010, to 42 in 2014, with annual investment growing at an annual rate of 224% over the same period.
Health Losing Patience - Charts

Accenture: Only 2% of patients use apps made by the largest U.S. hospitals

The failure to align mobile apps to the services consumers' demand could cost each of these hospitals, on average, more than $100M in lost annual revenue.
Virtual health

Accenture: Virtual health solutions in primary care could save $10B per year

If primary care physician's (PCP) time is reduced by only 5 minutes, that could free up the equivalent of 37,000 PCPs, without the need to hire more doctors.
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Accenture: U.S. health systems will increase their acquisition activities

The share of "digital" acquisitions is expected to expand by a multiple of eight, from 1 percent of overall acquisition volume in 2014 to 8 percent by 2018.
Digital health zombie startups

Accenture: 51% of digital health start-ups will fail within two years

However, this will allow big companies to mine these "zombie" start-ups for talent or innovative technologies that could bolster existing solutions.