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Embrace these healthcare trends & navigate complexity

David Gillespie, Head of Coverage, Corporate & Investment Banking

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Client Spotlight

$1.7B

Acquisition of Brammer Bio

Thermo Fisher Scientific

  • Exclusive Financial Advisor

May 2019

$19B

Senior Notes Offering

Bristol-Myers Squibb

  • Joint Bookrunner

May 2019

$145.5M

Confidentially Marketed Public Offering

Sangamo Therapeutics

  • Joint Bookrunner

April 2019

$169.5M

Follow-on Offering

Alder BioPharmaceuticals

  • Joint Bookrunner

February 2019

$3.15B

Sale to Colfax Corporation

DJO Global

  • M&A Sellside Advisor

February 2019

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The Future of Healthcare

The Future of Healthcare

See what factors are driving the healthcare industry's growth.

Looking ahead at industry growth

CEOs have a positive outlook for healthcare industry growth. The sector remains a key contributor to the U.S. economy.

91%1

of Healthcare CEOs expect revenue growth for their organizations in the next three years.

$5.7 trillion2

national spending on healthcare by 2026, or 19.7% of GDP.

Consumerism as driver of growth areas

Employers and providers are shifting their delivery models to align with consumer expectations for better value, an improved experience, and lower costs.

1 in3

people tracked healthcare charges & costs by computer, smartphone, or other electronic means.3

77%

of consumers are highly interested in receiving healthcare virtually.4

96%

of employers will make telehealth services available.5

A key demographic factor affecting the future of healthcare

As the aging population swells, emphasis on value-based healthcare and tying payment to outcomes will continue to grow, linking better quality to more affordable healthcare.

Nearly

100 million

U.S.-based Americans will be older than age 65 by 2060, doubling the number of senior citizens from approximately 50 million today.6

Technology’s impact on future of healthcare

While healthcare companies apply rapidly emerging technologies to improve outcomes, the challenge is to also ensure a shareholder return on technology investments.

of surgical procedures are likely to be performed by robots by 2025.7

$150B

expected annual savings for the U.S. healthcare economy by 2026 from AI clinical health applications.8

“Educated consumers, new technology, and value-based healthcare together can save and extend lives, improve the quality of life, and lower healthcare costs.” 
David Gillespie
Head of Coverage, Corporate & Investment Banking, Wells Fargo

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