Fertile Grounds: Evolution in the Global Assisted Reproductive Technology Sector
October 7, 2019
The assisted reproductive technology (ART) / fertility sector has consistently developed new technology, improved clinical outcomes, and created significant financial returns for investors over a 40-year period. The $6B+ US market continues to grow rapidly and prospects for continued worldwide growth are strong. However, investors must be mindful of disruptive evolution in a market where scientific advances can rapidly alter the business landscape, and long-term growth may be offset by increased success rates.
European Fact Files – 2019
June 3, 2019
With voters heading to the polls in several countries later this year, the European political map may have shifted substantially by the end of 2019. Alongside this the European Parliament elections in May will also act as a key marker to the extent to which populist parties are gaining ground. Meanwhile, Brexit continues to cast a long shadow over the UK’s relationship with the European Union.
Healthcare in Europe: Sector trends to watch in 2019
March 7, 2019
As investors and operators know first-hand, healthcare is not a sector that stands still. The operating environment constantly faces multiple headwinds that drive change. These can be innovations within a sub-sector that provide more efficient or effective offer to payors, or it might be top-down shifts in government policy that are reactions to changing demographic demands and rising expectations from individuals about what they expect from a publicly funded service.
UK: Understanding the Priorities of the NHS Long-Term Plan
January 16, 2019
Following months of speculation, the NHS Long-Term Plan was finally published last week. A comprehensive policy document, it provides important insights on priorities that will shape NHS organisation and service delivery over the next five to ten years.