In short, our study demonstrated that a healthy lifestyle may reduce the total direct HC expenditure by 25% in total medical expenditure. These results are consistent with other published studies and suggest that the promotion of a vegetarian diet may be a hopeful strategy to reduce the medical–economic burden in selected populations.
I have read a lot recently questioning whether digital health is in a bubble or not, which I like, that means its hot. And what I also like is that it is just a piece of what we do at ProdHealth. Whether you read my posts related to environmental change, social change, healthcare change or food change….it can all be done starting today and it can all be done very easily. There needs to be the reach of digital health, the touch of human health, results to prove both of those and even a little game of carrot and the stick to get people to stick with positive changes. please follow us on this journey, change this broken system, fix your health, your wallet, you employers wallet and the environment.
Here we show that between 2010 and 2050, as a result of expected changes in population and income levels, the environmental effects of the food system could increase by 50–90% in the absence of technological changes and dedicated mitigation measures, reaching levels that are beyond the planetary boundaries that define a safe operating space for humanity
Thanks to The Renewel Project for this write up. Baby boomers are moving into Medicare (which will go belly up from chronic illnesses), the almighty millennials who care about healthcare are moving into managerial roles, and Gen-Z is preparing to storm the workforce. Employers – give them what they want, better your employees and better your company with a platform like ours.