At the end of 2017 CVS Health announced a deal to acquire Aetna for $69 billion. This made the business world stand up and take notice, not just because of the enormity of the deal size, but because astute market observers saw in the acquisition an important glimpse into the future of vital product/service distribution models.
Specifically, analysts have detected a bold path forward for more "traditional" companies struggling with the specter of disruption.
Fill in the accompanying form to download our analysis of the CVS-Aetna deal and discover growth strategies available to your organization in a new economic order governed by the forces of disintermediation, brute economic physics, and customer-centricity.
Expect to learn:
- Why this move makes sense and will prove harbinger to broader market trends
- The value of vertical integration strategies when contending with disintermediationary market pressures
- The need for lower friction and expanded value propositions in the face of volatile market conditions
- 5 actionable lessons for insurance distributors