Digital healthcare has the potential to save the American healthcare industry over $ 300 billion.
According to the Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research report released in June 2015, digital healthcare could save the American healthcare industry over $300 billion. Two-thirds of these savings coming from better management of chronic diseases.
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Not sure if healthcare tech is a just a fad? This Huffpost Tech article names digital transformation of the healthcare profession as a “hard trend” meaning this is “something we can count on seeing in the future.” Daniel Burrus explains that the digitization of healthcare has the ability to move the field from the current “Break-Fix” model to one of “Predict and Prevent, “staving off future issues by advocating major lifestyle changes, behavioural changes, or preventative practices.” Additionally, insurance companies can begin to provide patients with research tools such as the app that Capital Blue Cross has developed to give their patients the ability to search for the best hospital for a procedure based on cost breakdowns.