Depsite disruption, and despite overall spending of $2.9 trillion last year, the rate of growth in healthcare spending is at its lowest rate in 50 years. So what has caused this significant transformation?
It's happening across America, and it's taking hold: insurance and retail. The most recent player in this game is Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, which announced yesterday that it will join the ranks of other retail-store insurers by making shopping for health insurance "even more personalized."
Healthcare leaders will notice three emerging major trends this year, according to an opinion piece in Information Week
Between the Affordable Care Act and an aging population, traditional healthcare industry models face unprecedented disruptions, contributor Reenita Das writes in Forbes, and four "mega-trends" will reflect this by the end of the decade.