Investment and M&A Opportunities in Healthcare
Munzoor Shaikh speaks at iiBIG's fall M&A conference
Date : October 16, 2014
Join West Monroe at the International Institute for Business Information & Growth's "Investment and M&A Opportunities in Healthcare" conference in October. Munzoor Shaikh and a panel of experts will discuss the role of technology in healthcare M&A transactions.
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West Monroe Partners to sponsor Seattle Business Magazine's Leaders in Healthcare Awards Gala
Date : March 2, 2017 Time : 06:00 PM PST
West Monroe is the proud presenting sponsor of Seattle Business magazine’s Leaders in Healthcare Awards gala, where 18 leading companies and individuals in Washington State’s healthcare industry will be honored. 
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What does it mean to be a healthcare consumer today? And what will the healthcare customer experience look like five years from now?
Date : November 28, 2016

85% of executives aren't sure their company has the technology to improve customer experience

Healthcare consumers expect more than basic coverage and annual checkups from their insurers and providers. With the widespread emergence of technology, including wearables and connected devices, customers increasingly interact with their healthcare providers and insurers via a multiplicity of channels. West Monroe conducted a survey of more than 1,300 healthcare consumers, and a roundtable of healthcare insurance executives to better understand how today’s customers interact with their healthcare providers and insurers, and how these communication preferences are shaping the industry.

Date : November 1, 2016
Healthcare CISOs have long faced a dilemma when implementing projects that involve the handling of sensitive customer data such as protected health information (PHI) or personally identifiable information (PII). Their IT security teams have historically had much smaller budgets than those in any other industry, and they only influence IT decisions. How, then, can they command funding for projects that also include protection of customer data throughout the organization and appropriate compliance with the standards that regulate that data?