Health care costs continue to rise in this country. According to a study by the Peterson Center on Healthcare and the Kaiser Family Foundation, health care spending totaled $3.8 trillion in 2019, $11,582 per person.
In 2028, it projects that spending will rise to $6.2 trillion, or $18,000 per person. These increases are happening at the same time the COVID-19 pandemic revealed systemic inequities in health equity, and how difficult it is for less-advantaged citizens to get quality care.
In this month’s guest article published by Medical Economics, Meggie Soliman - Director, Strategic Innovations, Applications - DSS, Inc. shares how technological advances in healthcare have provided an opportunity to reduce health inequities.
- Cloud Approach Unlocks Flexibility and Value
- FHIR Compliant APIs for Better Utilizing Patient Data
Click here to read the full article.