Lifestyle Benefits

As an organisation, we must regularly seek partners with complementary capabilities to gain access to new market segments and channels, share intellectual property and/or infrastructure, and/or to reduce our overall risk exposure. As the healthcare business environment becomes more complex—for instance, as new regulatory challenges, medico-legal issues emanate, new ways of delivering healthcare, digitalisation of healthcare and new technologies emerge or care delivery models and innovation in reimbursement takes shape in more rapid cycles—the more such relationships make sense.

In future-proofing the organisation and the medical profession, we continuously seek for appropriate partnerships and networks for the benefit of our members.