The social care evolution: Investment to deliver better healthcare outcomes

By Julie-Anne Mizzi
Partner, Global Co-Head of Infrastructure Health Sydney, Australia

The social care evolution: a private sector investment opportunity

The evidence for change in healthcare systems globally is compelling as governments around the world look for ways to increase efficiencies across the provision of healthcare.

Ageing demographics and increasing longevity mean current health expenditure is unsustainable. This is a challenge that gives rise to increased growth in health subsectors and, as such, presents favourable investment opportunities in the private sector.

This paper explores the factors contributing to an increase in cost-effective, tailored subsectors in the social care space, and how the move from one size fits all to personalised care is underway around the world.

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