Dropped to 11% from 15%
2007: 46% Independent Physicians
2007: 34.8% Doctors using EMRs
2007: 9M in USA
2016: 4.7B globally
2011: 17k apps
2016: 165K apps
Digital Health Funding
47M grown to $4.5B
2014: 17M visits
Sensors and Self Tracking
2016: Fitbit 30M devices sold.
Childhood obesity Ages 2-5
10.1% in 2007 has reversed and dropped to 8.4% in 2016.
Adult Obesity: 26% grown to 34%
2007: 11.1% american families dealing with hunger. This has grown.
Mental Health disorder:
11.2% in 2007
18.5% in 2016
2016: 13.4 per 100k
Health Care Costs and Rank
Number 1 2.3T in 2007
Still number 1 3.5T in 2016
Prescription drug expenditures
Proxy Stats to map to Health Impacts.
- Big data for patient benefit
Building diversity for everyone
- Interoperability. We are getting there. Still plenty to do.
We need to demand price transparency.
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