Europeans are the least likely consumers to believe vitamins and supplements are safe and good for their health, Euromonitor International’s 2019 health and nutrition survey has revealed.
Source: Global health and nutrition survey reveals who wins shoppers’ trust
Consumers and physicians we surveyed anticipate a clear shift to digital health. Learn how they feel about tech-enabled change.
Source: How will advances in technology put the consumer at the center of health care?
American adults are clear about what they want from their health care providers. Physicians show a good understanding of what the market is demanding. The Deloitte 2018 surveys of US health care consumers and physicians examine how well both groups are aligned on meeting those expectations.
Source: 2018 surveys of US health care consumers and physicians | Deloitte Insights
Experian Health conducted a national survey of health consumers to measure and gain insight into the greatest pain points and opportunities for improvement around the complete consumer healthcare journey.
Source: Embracing Consumerism | Experian Health
Choose coverage that gives your workforce access to convenient, quality care.
Source: What consumers want most from their health insurance – Sacramento Business Journal
According to Accenture research, healthcare consumers continue to show strong use of digital technology for self-service care – and the numbers are rising each year.
Source: Meet Today’s Healthcare Team: Patients + Doctors + Machines | Accenture
A new study suggests that three of the most popular vitamins and supplements provide no consistent health benefits, nor do they cause harm. Researchers
Source: Common supplements provide no health benefit, study says