By Gopal Khanna MBA – It is estimated that 50 million American adults experience chronic pain daily, with nearly 20 million experiencing the kinds of high-impact pain that interfere with daily life or work. The financial cost of treating pain is enormous – between $560 billion and $635 billion annually.Read More
By Eric Venn-Watson MD – The Goldman Sachs report I mentioned in the first part of this series mentions that remote patient monitoring (RPM) enables healthcare providers to better manage high risk patients, potentially decreasing healthcare spending through better chronic disease management.
By Eric Venn-Watson MD – Previously, I talked about how the digital healthcare revolution has arrived and its potential applications, including telehealth. Another way this digital transformation is changing healthcare is how it affects behavioral modification and adaptation.
By Eric Venn-Watson MD – Digital healthcare holds the promise of saving a staggering $305 billion, according to a recently published report from Goldman Sachs. The report predicts the technology revolution will come from increasing access to diagnostic, treatment, and preventative care, coupled with dramatic cost reductions.