Two leading Silicon Valley venture capital funds were incubating a seed stage telemedicine company that proposed to leverage nurse practitioners as an alternative for certain primary care conditions. The investors sought out Health Business Group to assist in understanding the market landscape and segmenting prospective customers.Read more
A health information technology company had achieved strong market penetration with hospitals, health systems and individual healthcare professionals. However, advances in technology and computer networks, consolidation of the provider market, and the company’s lack of a comprehensive pricing strategy had created challenges.Read more
The client began as a contract sales organization serving large pharmaceutical companies. Market dynamics had been deteriorating as the pharmaceutical industry as a whole began to reduce the size of its sales force and as large customers started negotiating more aggressively.Read more
A biomedical research institute within a large clinical organization had encountered difficulties in developing and communicating a strategic plan. An initial plan had been developed internally, but key members of the parent organization’s board and senior management were skeptical of the value of research and were concerned about the costs of the institute and of the proposed strategy.Read more
The company had developed a robust business managing advanced wound care services in the hospital setting and was seeking to accelerate its growth by opening freestanding hyperbaric oxygen (HBO) centers for wound care and other indications.Read more
Health Business Group has provided technical assistance in sustainable business model development and strategic planning under the auspices of a major philanthropic foundation. Since 2009 we have worked with grantee organizations in California, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Mexico, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Washington, and Wisconsin.Read more
A leading pharmacy benefit management (PBM) company had achieved a robust growth trajectory via organic growth and acquisitions. Health Business Group was asked to evaluate the attractiveness of other medical benefits markets including oncology, radiology, orthopedics, and medical devices and to develop an entry strategy for the more promising ones.Read more
A large private equity firm asked Health Business Group to assist in the commercial due diligence of a core information technology provider for health plans.
The target was a leading player with smaller health plans and was aggressively trying to gain ground with larger customers but encountering entrenched competitors.Read more
A client with cutting-edge technology for point-of-care clinical decision support for providers was pursuing opportunities to expand into the adjacent payer and pharmaceutical markets.
Expansion into new markets meant a whole new set of direct and indirect competitors.Read more
A leading provider of physician clinical decision support tools asked Health Business Group to assist in developing a business case for a platform for professional mobile medical apps. The mobile app market had undergone rapid growth and transformation over the past several years and all indications were that this space would continue to be highly dynamic.Read more