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Americans Lack Knowledge on Key Healthcare Concepts, Data Shows
A new HSA Bank report reveals that Americans seriously lack knowledge on the health benefits front. Here's a synopsis of what the biggest gaps look like.
Data Privacy Concerns Hamper Adoption, Use of Personal Medical Devices
Healthcare IT News
Despite the push towards healthcare digitalization and the rise of personal medical devices, just 38 percent of Americans believe proper safeguards are in place to protect their personal health data, according to recent survey.
More Than a Third of U.S. Healthcare Costs Go to Bureaucracy
Over one third of all healthcare costs in the U.S. are due to insurance company overhead and provider time spent on billing, according to new research reported in Annals of Internal Medicine.