Healthcare Technology Highlighted Article: Updated - May 24, 2015

Patients Still Unaware of All the Medical Services Available in 2015

When it comes to the health care industry, Accenture just ran a study that shows that one in five patients are entirely unaware of the services that are actually available to them. The survey also found that once they are made aware of even some of the services they can use, nearly 60 percent are wanting to use them. An even higher number, 79 percent view these services as being extremely or very valuable.

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