Millennials differ from previous generations in the way they consume healthcare, and they tend to be cautious based on monetary concerns. For example, half of millennials admit to avoiding a doctor visit to save on funds. And that’s just the start. Other data shows: Only 67 percent of millennials have a primary care physician. Almost […]
Millennials will confront mounting human and economic costs of these chronic conditions, along with emerging problems such as antibiotic resistance.
What can providers and payers do, beyond tech upgrades, to more closely align their services with millennial expectations?
The status quos in both claims and billing are at odds with what millennials have come to expect from on-demand services such as Lyft, Airbnb and iOS Maps.
Millennials came of age during the 2000s and 2010s alongside applications for smartphones, tablets and cloud platforms, all of which have shaped their expectations for the way services are delivered.