KPMG is committed to providing long term support to our clients as they tackle challenges & transform the way healthcare is provided around the globe.
KPMG is committed to providing long term support to our clients...
Globally, the healthcare sector is facing enormous, complex challenges around both development and maintenance. In Africa, the sector is undergoing major policy, system and infrastructural changes.
In these unprecedented times, healthcare leaders require insight and guidance from an advisor they can trust. That is why leading organisations turn to KPMG’s healthcare consulting services. With deep industry experience, insight and technical support, KPMG firms are among the leaders in delivering a broad range of audit, tax and advisory services to meet the unique needs of healthcare policy-makers, providers and payers.
What we do
KPMG’s healthcare practice has a dedicated team of 202 partners and 2,745 practitioners globally. As healthcare systems confront similar issues and challenges, our professionals are able to share their experiences across the globe to help generate new approaches. Growing economic pressures and rising healthcare costs are leading to the adoption of major reforms and transformations in the healthcare systems across the world, and Africa is no exception. By 2030, the global healthcare market is expected to grow by six percent annually, to reach nearly US$20 trillion.
It is becoming increasingly evident that healthcare systems around the developed world are facing many similar challenges – higher quality for less cost. Although healthcare is primarily organised within national geographies, the market trends are truly global. Changing demographic profiles, an aging population, new technologies, pharmaceutical developments and rising consumer demands, all create unprecedented fiscal pressures.
Dr Anuschka Coovadia
Does the economic benefit of investing in healthcare outweigh the cost of increased taxes needed to fund NHI over the 14-year rollout period (2012 to 2025)?
In this thought leadership we discuss both the challenges and solutions of driving reformation of the sector, with real-life examples of organisations who are demonstrating “What Good Looks Like”.
Health systems that have a clear vision of value can achieve significant improvements in patient care at lower cost.