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Healing health inequities: Understanding patients and populations

Employers can play a key role in helping reduce potential healthcare inequities for their people.

Healing health inequities: Understanding patients and populations

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Every year, the United States spends more than $3.6 trillion a year on healthcare expenditures. That’s about $11,000 per person, which is far more than other similar nations. However, not everyone benefits from that spending.

Employers can play a key role in helping reduce potential healthcare inequities. Delivering the right healthcare benefits can help improve the way your employees access healthcare, their experiences with the system and health outcomes. Download the complete e-book to get a detailed explanation on how you can deploy Personalized Healthcare to help all your employees get the care they need.

This e-book will help you:

  • Understand health equity and the obstacles to achieving it

  • Learn about Personalized Healthcare – personal, data driven and value based

  • Discover how Personalized Healthcare addresses healthcare inequities

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