Herewith a look at how Millennials (ages 18-34) will drive changes in healthcare.
As Shannon Barnet writes in Becker’s Hospital Review: “Having lived with the Internet and near instant access to a wealth of information, many Millennials approach healthcare — either as employees or consumers — with different expectations and skill sets than previous generations. And although Baby boomers are often considered the “largest generation” in number, Millennials actually outnumber the boomers by 7.7 million.”
She looks at:
Millennials, medical care and money.
Millennials, mHealth and technology
Millennials as employees.