FrontEnders Q4 eNewsletter Jan to Mar 2019

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Change is inevitable. It is the way in which we embrace change that matters. This edition of our newsletter sheds light on the impact of demographic changes in the healthcare sector. Happy reading! Get more information: https://www.frontenders.in/

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TM Impact of Changing Demographics in Healthcare Service Q4 - eNewsletter Jan-Mar 2019 www.frontenders.in

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Welcome Note Greetings from FrontEnders We are proud to come forward with our newsletter this quarter. As the healthcare system is rapidly changing there is a need to keep up with the current trends and advancements. The sustainability of every business comes through continuous updation of the system. This would enable a team to have exper- tise at their ngertips. This can lead to better management decisions which can ensure successful growth.

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CEO Talk COO Talk The healthcare industry is facing major changes this year. The diverse demographics have paved a way for reforming the healthcare delivery system. Changes in the population age ethnicity is affecting the flow of healthcare resources cost of care and the conditions associated with each group. As we are at the end of the financial year we aim to improvise our goals based on these major milestones. We at FrontEnders focus on providing the fullest support to all our clients and customers. Our newsletter touches on all these aspects. Read on to get inspired. Having the right strategy brings in the best accom- plishments. As we grow each year in knowledge and experience we are equipping ourselves to be better. We focus on quality and efficient management to have a smooth functioning in our processes. Looking onward this year to new bonds for reaching new heights and ventures. As we believe relationship once created are lifelong. Founder CEO FrontEnders Group G. Srinivasan J. Krishna Kavya Co Founder COO FrontEnders Group

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India is a populous country with a myriad of cultural economical and societal preferences. Changing or adapting the new and innovative path is the key for survival for any type of industry in a densely populated country like India. And healthcare as an industry is not an exemption for this theory. Changing demographics is the challenge that constantly intensifies the pres- sure on the healthcare delivery systems. Along with the societal changes that urge for the new paths in patient care implementing the healthcare reforma- tion strategy as and when the need arises seems to be a wise idea for the healthcareproviders. As a country with 1.35 billion people the healthcare demands will see no end in India. This is reason enough to open the gates for the effective and impact- ful healthcare reforms based on the changing demographics. And it is the high time for the healthcare players to invite the reformations. Changing Demographics and Healthcare Reforms

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The Numbers Impact on Healthcare The world’s population is expected to increase by one billion people by 2025 according to a survey by the United Nations. Of that billion 300 million will be people aged 65 or older as life expectancy around the globe continues to rise. Additional healthcare resources and service innovation is needed globally to deliv- er the long-term care and chronic dis- ease management services required by a rapidly increasing senior popula- tion. At the same time developing coun- tries are experiencing significant growth in their middle class. The Brookings Institute estimates 65 of the global population will be middle class by 2030. Accelerated urbaniza- tion and access to middle-class com- forts are promoting sedentary life- style changes that will inevitably lead to a greater incidence of obesity dia- betes and other costly health condi- tions. The quality of healthcare delivery is determined and being transformed by the demographic changes and the effective collaboration between the public and private sectors. This paradigm shift is further enhanced by the partnerships with participants from industries such as information technology retail insur- ance banking. Allied healthcare service providers such as wellness and fitness are also playing a big role in this collaborated healthcare delivery.

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Collaboration for Reformation The mutual and collaborated partnerships between the healthcare and other sectors lift the curtains for a multi-trillion dollar global market while ensuring the high standard healthcare delivery for the public. In addition the populace of the developing countries gain access to the innovative and efficient medical care technologies that they would not otherwise be able to afford.

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The Need for Collaborations Different parts of the world are impacted differently by the demographic shifts. India has been observing an upsurge in middle-class population while triggering their buying capacity. This will eventually fuel the demand for more quality healthcare options. This is where the collaboration comes into play. Only the effective partnerships between the public and private sectors could fulfill the increased expectations. Collaborated healthcare welcomes the new technological innovations such as mobile health mHealth and healthcare analytics addressing the demands and expectations while being cost-effective. Technology that is enabled by analytics promotes wellness and preventive care that is patient-centric. The technological advances are handful tools for the providers and for the collab- orated partners. The alliances bring preci- sion to healthcare delivery thanks to its ability of predicting the patient behavior expectations and healthcare demands.

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The Takeaway As a healthcare professional it is crucial to cognizant the demographic shifts cultural and behavioral changes of the community in order to establish a sustainable healthcare delivery system. You need to anticipate communicate and deliver solutions for the ever-increasing healthcare demands. The once "one-size-fits-all" notion will never work for todays healthcare and hospitals. The health- care organizations will have to continually assess and plan for their changing populations’ needs for a better future.

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