The global healthcare market is experiencing significant growth these past few years, due to population aging and growth. These are driving increasing demand for healthcare services worldwide.
Hospitals, medical device companies, public health authorities and pharmaceutical companies are all fractions of an extensive network of epicenters in this market,  going through a process of accommodating a more digital, innovative and efficient world. Meanwhile, the new healthcare consumer is inevitably more involved, knowledgeable and demanding. This affects the structural shift that the market is taking. In the complicated healthcare world, medical and healthcare services companies find themselves trying to improve their value proposition, while facing the hardships of current economic climate.

TASC has assisted its clients in developing long term strategic plans, developing market and customer segmentation and related marketing strategies. We have helped clients develop and implement new offerings and services.
Our main clients in the healthcare industry consist of local and international medical devices manufacturers, and leading local service providers.


Selection of assignments of the health practice includes:
Creation of a premium supplemental health insurance program in the HMO market
TASC created a supplemental health insurance premium program for a leading Healthcare Management Organization, focused on achieving growth in the local market, while increasing the customer’s benefits and loyalty.
Corporate strategy and business plan
TASC developed a 3-year strategic plan for a global medical devices manufacturer, focused on achieving growth in developed and developing markets; the project included analysis of markets and technologies, construction of new value propositions across different segments and in various geographies.
Long-term strategic plan in the HMO market
TASC advised a leading Healthcare Management Organization in developing a 5-year strategic plan, focused on dealing with the future financial and medical challenges; the analysis led to an essential operational plan consisting of reorganization in the group’s management’s structure.
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