Consumerization of healthcare – how we’ll be cared for and how we obtain care from providers – is front and center in the news. Last Fall, the Zeldis research team presented findings from the first Qualitative phase (Watch phase I webinar) of a new study into how consumers and physicians are adapting to new technology and other changes in health care. Phase II (Quantitative) Results were presented in a live webinar on Dec 4.
Due to unprecedented demand, those results from Consumerization of Health Care – Phase II – Quantitative will be again presented by Zeldis researchers in a LIVE FREE webinar on February 25, 2019 at 1pm Eastern.
If you missed our Dec 4 webinar here’s another chance to see and hear results from this timely study. There will also be ample time for the Zeldis research team to answer your questions.
- What consumers and physicians think about wearables like Fitbit and Apple Watch, consumer DNA tests, remote health monitoring devices, telemedicine and patient data sharing.
- What are the top needs and barriers to leveraging these wearables and health apps among consumers and primary care physicians?
- How will medical practices’ budgets and distribution of supplies be affected by Amazon?
- What are the differences by generation (Millennial, Gen-X and Boomers) in attitudes and use of these new healthcare technologies?
Learn more about this research study HERE.
For more information, contact Jeff Mann.