COVID-19: A Healthcare Stakeholders Analysis in the United States and EU-5
COVID-19: Monitoring Impacts and Anticipating Trends to Limit Downturn and Optimize Rebound
A Healthcare Stakeholders Analysis in the United States and EU-5 and a Practical Guide for Product Suppliers
The COVID-19 pandemic is having a disruptive effect on every corner of the healthcare industry, but its impact on individual stakeholders varies widely. Differences in exposure to COVID-19 patients, the relevance of product portfolios to the disease, and the level of preparedness for a pandemic have forced many across the industry to re-evaluate their strategies, quickly pivot to support urgent needs, and work to strengthen their position for the long-term rebound.
Alira Health’s team of strategists, scientists, doctors, and bankers continue to monitor the key trends and will share their perspective on underlying short, medium and long term implications to support the industry through this crisis and help continue to move healthcare forward during this time of uncertainty.
This 20-page report includes comprehensive analyses of the COVID-19 impact as of April 14, including:
- An up-to-date digest of the impact COVID-19 is having on key healthcare stakeholders
- Analysis of key trends and anticipated emerging needs
- Business approaches for short-term reaction, and business model adaptations to help optimize for the rebound
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