Tuesday, September 06, 2016

Pilot Program Helps Aging Patients Retain Independence Through House Calls

How can the health-care industry create incentives and provide technology to get more Americans to live healthier lifestyles? That was the key question at the Connected Health Summit this week in San Diego, organized by Dallas-based industry research firm Parks Associates. Getting consumers more engaged in their health is considered a key strategy to cutting health-care costs, according to Park Associates. Its research found that only 23 percent of U.S. consumers are actively engaged in living a healthy lifestyle. (Freeman, 9/2)

From the article "California Healthcare Daily Edition" by www.californiahealthline.org


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