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SEMINAL HEALTHCARE

We work to transform healthcare and embed technology to foster greater efficiencies, lower costs, and remove friction along the care continuum—driving better patient care outcomes and improved access to all.

The Seminal Healthcare strategy invests in innovative and proven business models that support the technological and social transformation of healthcare.
Healthcare Landscape
Seminal Trends Drive Change

Government

  • Rising costs and shifting profit pools

  • Regulatory uncertainty

  • Move away from fee-for-service to greater accountability / better outcomes

Society

  • Aging population

  • Rising consumerism
     

  • Connected mobile living

Seminal Trends

  • Unique inflection point for pervasive technology adoption
     

  • AI & data analytics reshaping the healthcare industry
     

  • Value-based care delivery models across the care continuum

  • Home and mobile point-of-care
     

  • Patient-centric business models
     

  • Consolidation of fragmented marketplaces

Technology

  • Confluence of new technologies
     

  • Payment and delivery innovation
     

  • Unprecedented data collection and sharing

Investment Focus Underpinned by Three Themes

Aging Population

  • Changes in demographics and rise of chronic conditions will change demand patterns
     

  • Care in non-traditional sites will require greater supply chain reach and new processes
     

  • Focus on patients (super-users, 5% of US patients are responsible for 50% of the costs) with the highest impact

Value-based Care

  • Reimagining the patient journey through digital enablement and redesigning the healthcare experience
     

  • Value based reimbursement emphasizes value beyond price transparency, putting the traditional value chain model at risk
     

  • Decentralize and shift total cost of care risk from payers to providers 
     

  • Bridging the care continuum (from urgent care to home care)

Care Innovation

  • Data interoperability supporting patient-centric supply chains
     

  • Growth of the virtual hospital, digital pharmacies and remote monitoring that support personalization and patient engagement
     

  • Increased deployment of advanced healthcare technologies such as; automation/RPA, advanced analytics and AI/ML, NLP, big data, IOT, cloud, and blockchain