By 2030, 10 percent of existing patient-service demand will be met via self-care.
“Tech-enabled tools like biometric devices and wearables have already reached widespread adoption; nearly two-thirds of physicians now say they would prescribe an app to help patients manage chronic diseases.”
A new care model comprising an annual physician exam and technology-enabled self-management the rest of the year will save time equivalent to 24,000 primary care physicians.
“As self-care becomes more widespread, and more advanced in reach and scope, providers will enjoy a greater ability to institute highly personalized treatment plans to their patients, further bridging staffing shortfalls“
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