Healthcare systems and service improvements are dramatically increasing life expectancy and improving quality of life for many populations. However, the rapidly changing landscape and the increasing care gap is putting remarkable pressure on organizations, and creating significant economic challenges.

National health spending growth is projected to average 5.7 percent, from 4.8 percent in 2019, and reach nearly $6.0 trillion by 2027. Trends surrounding the payer and each given sector are adding intense pressure within the private and public healthcare communities.

Across the globe, health care policymakers and the top executives within healthcare face mounting pressure to lower costs while improving the quality and safety of care.

Artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, voice search, chatbots and virtual reality (VR) are among the most promising health technologies in 2020.

Further, healthcare executives have been dissatisfied with the lack of technology stacks and solutions for true marketing personalization.(healthcare weekly)

By identifying statistical trends and trails, health care providers can monitor local conditions and compare them to state, national, and international trends.

A smart application of statistical trends and trails will help to develop actionable insights that can help the organization with total performance and resource management.

Health statistics provide empirical data to assist in the allocation of public and private funds and help to determine how research efforts should be focused.