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Sven Lohse

Sven is a Principal Analyst with global responsibility for NelsonHall's Healthcare & Insurance BPS research program. He is covering key insurance areas including P&C and life & annuities insurance, and, from next year, healthcare payer and provider BPS.

Sven supports both the buyers and sellers of healthcare & insurance BPS as they develop and execute their business strategies, operations, and go-to-market approaches. He is a recognized industry thought leader with 20 years' experience and a global perspective in industry analyst, management consulting, and corporate strategy roles.

During his career, Sven has addressed strategic and operational challenges in several industry sectors including the healthcare payer, healthcare provider and property & casualty insurance verticals. For the last 8 years, he served clients at the intersection of healthcare and BPS and IT services, where he advised many of the world's largest healthcare organizations and their IT consulting/outsourcing service providers on planning, funding, and improving business strategies, operations, competitive positioning, and marketing.

Having joined NelsonHall in August 2018, Sven's first published project will analyse the global healthcare payer BPS market.

Based in the U.S., Sven has a BA in Interdisciplinary Humanities and an MBA, both from the University of Chicago. He speaks German and Czech, and his international work experience includes three years in Germany, Czech Republic, Russia, and the UK.

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  • U.S. RCM Outsourcing Services Market Ripe for Consolidation

    Sep 21, 2018, by Sven Lohse

      The healthcare revenue cycle management (RCM) outsourcing services market in the U.S. seems ripe for disruption and consolidation. The macro factors include: Contraction in the number of hospital locations and hospital systems Speedy erosion in the number of small, independent [...]

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