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Transforming healthcare with AI: The impact on the workforce and organizations

Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to transform how healthcare is delivered. A joint report with the European Union’s EIT Health explores how it can support improvements in care outcomes, patient experience and access to healthcare services. It can increase productivity and the efficiency of care delivery and allow healthcare systems to provide more and better care to more people. AI can help improve the experience of healthcare practitioners, enabling them to spend more time in direct patient care and reducing burnout.

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Duals demystified: Actions to drive quality, outcomes, and value for the dual eligible population

State and federal stakeholders are sharpening their focus on the dual eligible population. What will it take to improve quality, outcomes, and value for this population?

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Understanding the impact of unmet social needs on consumer health and healthcare

Income, employment, education, food security, housing, transportation, safety, and social support are all factors that affect health and well-being.

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Redefining what’s possible in healthcare: An interview with John E. Gallina

John E. Gallina, EVP and CFO at Anthem shares his perspective on the changing healthcare landscape and opportunities to reduce cost, reinvent care delivery, personalize the consumer experience, and engage with partners to create change.

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Seven healthcare industry trends to watch in 2020

What issues will matter for the healthcare industry in the United States through the year and into the 2020s?

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Insights on mental health from a 2019 McKinsey Consumer survey

McKinsey conducted a national survey to understand the impact of unmet social needs on consumer health outcomes, utilization, and preferences. Given the link between unmet social needs and lower socioeconomic status, respondents for this survey included adult Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries as well as low-income adults who were uninsured or who had purchased insurance through the individual market.