Harnessing the power of collective influence in the marketplace for real healthcare change.
Invested by VC’s on digital health technologies in 2021.
The market for telehealth is projected to more than double globally by 2026.1
– Kate Brown, Leader, Center for Health Innovation
Employers provide health coverage for 180 million people in the US.1 Other industry stakeholders — health systems, health insurers and public entities — play significant roles in shaping the healthcare system. Now is the time for employers to work together as a stakeholder group and with other stakeholders to inform the creation of a higher quality, more transparent healthcare market for all.
Mercer’s Center for Health Innovation (CHI) works side by side with employers of all sizes and employer coalitions to solve big problems by bringing practical and relevant ideas to life. Our goal is a powerful one: to transform the market in meaningful ways.
Employers can take specific value-based actions to drive desired outcomes by reinventing through design, experience and execution. Actions can range from short-term, less disruptive efforts to long-term actions that disrupt the system as we know it.
We’re constructing CHI’s future on an open architecture of ideas. We want to hear from you. Tell us what you need. We won’t rest until we discover an answer.
Great work is happening in academia, think tanks and healthcare business groups. But if one discipline can’t translate its ideas to another, knowledge stays siloed. By building relationships between like-minded groups, we can co-innovate and advance healthcare together.
Mercer has a dedicated innovation team that stretches from coast to coast. Our insights aren’t limited to certain markets or communities. We work where you work, and we care about what you care about.
Ready to live better,
1 US Census Bureau "Health Insurance Coverage in the United States: 2017"