The Business models often change quite dramatically over time in the American economy. During our time the bookseller; Amazon changed the concept of a book selling and its book retailing vision led to the radical diversification of its product line.
At Healthcare Opportunities Investment Advisors, we offer business models that aren't more resistant to change, with firms concentrating on specialization rather than engaging in organizational innovation and diversification. Take the example of hospitals. Within our health system, hospitals carry out a “repair shop” function, and, despite new technologies and advancing professional skills, that function and business model has changed little for over a century.
At Healthcare Opportunities Investment Advisors, we understand that behavioral healthcare is relatively complex when compared to the delivery of general medical care. The industry annually generates more than $104 billion in direct care expenses and continues to experience rapid reorganization and realignment of services in response to purchaser demands. Employer, federal, state, and local government purchasing strategies continue to change in response to price and demand for behavioral healthcare services.
The growing influence of pharmacies in the healthcare continuum is presenting new market opportunities for healthcare stakeholders. The Healthcare Opportunities Investment Advisors, research reports for 2019 “U.S. National Pharmacy Market Summary” report for the latest insights on the pharmacy market, with details on the top 25 U.S. pharmacies including CVS Corporation, Walgreens and Rite Aid.Read More
At Healthcare Opportunities Investment Advisors, we see hospitals as a primary provider of healthcare in the United States, the Hospitals industry is expected to grow an annualized 3.6% to $1.1 trillion over the five years to 2019, with an expected increase of 3.1% in 2019 alone. This traditionally fragmented industry has recently begun consolidating, largely due to the pressures of healthcare reform. Demand for industry services has steadily grown over the past five years, as healthcare reform legislation broadened insurance coverage and the sinking unemployment rate increased disposable income. To maintain an advantaged position in this competitive industry, hospitals seek the most skilled and specialized healthcare professionals, thereby increasing labor costs. However, hospitals have also contended with nurses.Read More