Stop Making Complexity Your Employees' Problem

Stop Making Complexity Your Employees' Problem

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Stop Making Complexity Your Employees' Problem
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Calendar07 November 2016

This post is part of our “Driving Transformation” series, in which Mercer consultants share key take-aways for employers from the 2016 Oliver Wyman Health Innovation Summit, a recent conference hosted by Mercer’s sibling firm, management consultant Oliver Wyman.

In this blog post, Oliver Wyman’s Terry Stone discusses how to fix the healthcare consumer experience. Despite abundant effort to address the industry shortcomings, she asserts that we haven’t spent enough time addressing the root-cause issues. Success lies in understanding the consumers’ needs and solving their problems. More than ever before, healthcare consumers expect us to stop making the complexity of the system their problem. So the next time you are addressing a change to your health plan, ask if the change makes it easier for your employees to access the right care at the right time.

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