Through the inaugural KPMG Healthcare CEO Future Pulse 200 health leaders from [jurisdiction] and around the world were surveyed on a number of topics that include: the impact of COVID-19, workforce concerns, leadership, digital health use, partnerships, and shifting paradigms in the areas of patient centricity, care and delivery models.

All these leaders oversee medium-to-large hospitals, health systems, and care provider networks that span privately and publicly funded systems. These insights were further elaborated on through in-depth interviews with [name, title and organization of client interviewed] and other luminary leaders who share stories of success, reflect on obstacles, reveal their thoughts on future plans and how to get there.

If there is one common thread in the results, it is that healthcare executives globally expect and welcome reform – with 80 percent of CEOs believing that healthcare needs disruption and change, with 79 percent expecting that all aspects of care delivery models will be transformed within the next three years. Below are some insights from the [nationality] respondents.

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No matter whether we are in a crisis situation or in steadier times, the future of healthcare will continue to involve complex challenges that will require holistic, forward-looking and flexible leadership. We welcome the opportunity to work together to turn our collective dreams for the sector into the reality of tomorrow.

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