US Health Equity Growth Opportunities

US Health Equity Growth Opportunities

Digital Health Solutions are Boosting the Future Growth Potential of Health Equity

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16-Jun-2022
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Research Code: K7A2-01-00-00-00
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Health equity is achieved when all sections of the population have attained their full potential for health and well-being, regardless of cultural background or socioeconomic status. Inequities resulting from differences in health and overall living conditions need to be identified and removed to realize health equity. Monitoring health inequity parameters is an important part of the health information system (HIS). Inequity monitoring entails collecting and disaggregating data (by age, sex, education, income, disability, and other factors), analyzing the information, and reporting the findings. The United States, with its well-established digital health infrastructure, has a significant advantage in ensuring health equity for its population.

In this study, Frost & Sullivan identifies the segments that are crucial to achieving health equity. The study also identifies the main barriers to achieving health equity and the key solutions in the market that can address health gaps. A vendor landscape analysis and prevalent business models have also been provided. The study also takes a detailed look at the key regulatory policies being implemented by the government and identifies the growth opportunities emerging in the United States from the drive to achieve health equity for the population.

Author: Chandni Mathur

Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on Health Equity

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

What is Health Equity?

What is Health Equity? (continued)

Scenario Analysis

Barriers to Digital Health Adoption in Underserved Communities

How Health Inequity Impacted Healthcare Outcomes

SDoH as a Determinant of Health Equity

SDoH Deployment Still at Early Stage

Segmentation

Analysis of Solutions Impacting the Health Gaps

Vendor Landscape Analysis and Business Models

Analysis of Solutions Impacting the Health Gaps

Creating a Digital Health Solution Equity Toolkit

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

Key Regulatory Policy Developments

Key Regulatory Policy Developments (continued)

Key Regulatory Policy Developments (continued)

Critical Success Factors—Vendors to Partner with Healthcare Systems in Healthcare Equity Efforts

Growth Opportunity 1: Development and Use of Technology Solutions to Target Substance Abuse and Addiction Management

Growth Opportunity 1: Development and Use of Technology Solutions to Target Substance Abuse and Addiction Management (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Patient Engagement Solutions to Close the Price Transparency Gaps

Growth Opportunity 2: Patient Engagement Solutions to Close the Price Transparency Gaps (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Business Models that Address the Needs Identified by SDoH

Growth Opportunity 3: Business Models that Address the Needs Identified by SDoH (continued)

Growth Opportunity 4: Telehealth Equity for Access to and Availability of Healthcare in Remote Locations

Growth Opportunity 4: Telehealth Equity for Access to and Availability of Healthcare in Remote Locations (continued)

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Health equity is achieved when all sections of the population have attained their full potential for health and well-being, regardless of cultural background or socioeconomic status. Inequities resulting from differences in health and overall living conditions need to be identified and removed to realize health equity. Monitoring health inequity parameters is an important part of the health information system (HIS). Inequity monitoring entails collecting and disaggregating data (by age, sex, education, income, disability, and other factors), analyzing the information, and reporting the findings. The United States, with its well-established digital health infrastructure, has a significant advantage in ensuring health equity for its population. In this study, Frost & Sullivan identifies the segments that are crucial to achieving health equity. The study also identifies the main barriers to achieving health equity and the key solutions in the market that can address health gaps. A vendor landscape analysis and prevalent business models have also been provided. The study also takes a detailed look at the key regulatory policies being implemented by the government and identifies the growth opportunities emerging in the United States from the drive to achieve health equity for the population. Author: Chandni Mathur
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