Baby boomers have different retirement dreams than their parents had. They’re looking for dynamic downtowns, culture and arts, and opportunities to explore nature and practice active lifestyles in top-quality sports facilities. One item they may want to add to their must-have lists: quality health care at an affordable cost.
Industry experts agree that most employees aren’t saving enough in their company-sponsored retirement plans and their health savings accounts (HSAs) to meet their retirement goals. It’s also likely that some are shutting their eyes to the long-term cost implications of their health conditions and lifestyle.
Value-based health care, health care consumerism and technological advances are redefining the health care value chain. As a result provider organizations need to place an emphasis on personalized engagement strategies to enhance patient satisfaction, change individuals’ behaviors and improve population health.