4 in 10 Medicare beneficiaries expected to be on Medicare Advantage plans by 2028


Medicare Advantage enrollment is expected to increase from 34% of the Medicare population in 2018 to 42% in 2028. Yet CBO forecasts that spending on those enrollees will grow from $200 billion to $580 billion over the same time period

The Future of Electronic Health Records : Vision for 2028

Lloyd Price

We will distill the key ideas from a symposium of health care industry professionals, hosted by the Stanford University School of Medicine on June 4, 2018, including a vision of how EHRs could contribute positively to health care and medicine by 2028, how to exploit the best ideas from the tech industry to make it happen, and immediate and practical steps that health care professionals can take towards this vision. Ten years ago, one doctor in 10 kept digital records on their patients.

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Health spending is likely to grow by 5.4% per year through 2028. Here's why


National health spending is likely to grow by 5.4% per year over the next decade, according to new estimates from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.

Wistful Thinking: The National Health Spending Forecast In a Land Without COVID-19

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health care spending will grow to 20% of the national economy by 2028, forecasted in projections pre-published in the April 2020 issue of Health Affairs, National Health Expenditure (NHE) Projections. trillion in 2028. All bets are off on what the 2028 numbers show. trillion forecasted for 2028?

CBO: Medicare spending expected to reach $1.2T in the next decade


trillion by 2028, according to the CBO. Starting next year, annual Medicare spending is expected to grow by an average of 7% over the next decade, exceeding $1.2 Healthcare costs overall are projected to grow faster than the economy

VA, Verizon to offer new telehealth access for veterans

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The partnership with Verizon comes as the VA navigates a complex digital transformation, including the $16 billion implementation of the Cerner electronic health records system, which is slated to go live across care sites by 2028. The Department of Veterans Affairs and Verizon are teaming up to offer Veterans who are customers of the telecommunications giant unlimited access to department's VA Video Connect telehealth app. WHY IT MATTERS.

Telemedicine and the Consumerization of Healthcare


Retail clinics like CVS and Walgreens have exploded in popularity – and the market is expected to surpass $8 billion USD by 2028. If there’s one dialogue that’s been growing louder across the healthcare landscape, it’s the consumerization of healthcare. Market trends are undeniably steering the healthcare experience into a new paradigm where patients are seizing control. Yet this new direction is not always beneficial for patients or providers.