Managing Chronic Care with Big Data
Five Chronic Conditions Account for 75% of Healthcare Spending
According to the CDC – chronic health problems such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity, cancer and kidney disease account for more than 75 percent of the nation’s $2.7 trillion annual healthcare spending.
Chronic diseases account for $3 of every $4 spend on Healthcare or $7,900 For every American with a chronic disease. Healthcare costs for a person with one or more chronic conditions are FIVE TIMES HIGHER Compared to individuals without a chronic disease.
Appropriate interventions, which include nutritional counseling, exercise training, and stress management techniques, can dramatically improve outcomes for patients at risk and those who already have common chronic diseases.
According to the Cleveland Clinic, adults with common chronic conditions who participate in comprehensive lifestyle modification programs experience rapid, significant, clinically meaningful and sustainable improvements in biometric, laboratory and psychosocial outcomes.
Making a Difference with Big Data –
There are many potential use cases where big data analytics can potentially both improve the quality of care and reduce the costs associated with chronic conditions.
To reduce chronic disease, Big Data offers healthcare providers actionable insights into high-risk patients offering the opportunity for intervention even when they are asymptomatic. It is essential to have a coordinated, strategic prevention approach that promotes healthy behaviors, expands early detection and diagnosis of disease, supports people of every age, and eliminates health disparities.
Read our thought paper – Managing Chronic Conditions using Big Data
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