What Will Women’s Health Care Look Like by 2025?
Women and their families implement by 2025 the acceptance of health care at home with some transition initiatives and thus facilitate innovation in technology companies.
The Woman Post | Carlex Araujo
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Recently a study published by McKinsey & Company called "From Facility to Home: How Healthcare Could Change by 2025" by Oleg Bestsennyy, Michelle Chmielewski, Anne Koffel, and Amit Shah revealed that care services for Medicare and Medicare Advantage payees could be moved home by 2025. The data collected indicate that for women who enter a health care facility, their purpose is to recover and return home. The findings show that the doctors they care for could move from traditional facilities to the home. However, the cost would increase by 3 to 4 times, but the quality of it would not be reduced. Like, it could improve the quality of care for technology companies and investors.
The figures of the analysis show that in the year 2021 the growth in virtual care was 38 times higher than the price levels to the COVID-19 health crisis, that is, around 40% of consumers want to continue using telehealth. These actions led to the emergence of new technologies that allow doctors to monitor progress and receive alerts.
Over the past few years, the growing investment in the digital health market has been a record. The studies suggest that in 2019 8.2 million dollars were invested, then in 2020 14.9 million dollars were invested, and finally, in 2021 an investment of 29.1 million dollars is calculated.
What has the female acceptance of in-home health care been like?
According to McKinsey & Company’s Consumer Health Insights, a 2021 survey found that 16% of older adults over the age of 65 consider themselves more likely to now receive medical care at home. Research results indicate that there is an opportunity to expand home health care services.
The survey generated a ranking in the medical services that can be provided at home, among them are medical services with capacities to benefit from the expansion (outpatient consultations and primary care), medical services that could join a comprehensive offer (dialysis and long-term care) and medical services with the capacity to develop further (intensive care).
On the other hand, research suggests the growth of services depends, firstly on stakeholders, secondly on economic viability, third on the awareness, perceptions, and capabilities of the doctor, and fourthly on how patients feel in-home care.
The trend of the future as a catalyst in women's healthcare
The COVID-19 health crisis created a form of reinvention, reengineering, and sustainability to help improve the quality of healthcare. In addition, the patient experience creates added value and depends on the innovation and adaptation of stakeholders.
This study and all its findings seek to reflect the boom caused by the COVID-19 health crisis in home health care. Like, the female gender somehow emphasizes the value of the new generation where there is the likelihood that preferences will remain an option for women and their families.
Forcefully, women explore women's health care as one of the main strategies considered in reducing medical costs. In addition, the benefits of healthcare can be enabled to raise awareness and provide training in available technologies, such as monitoring, social support, and daily care management assistance. That is why The Woman Post invites you to be part of the programs and facilitate medical care at home or from an appropriate environment.