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Three quarters (75%) of payors, clinicians and health care administrators surveyed say technology is very effective in helping health systems shift to a value-based health care (VBHC) model, according to a new study by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)®. The report lays out four recommendations on the fundamental role technology can play in advancing VBHC model, in which health care providers are paid based on outcomes, not services rendered.
The Consumer Technology Association (CTA)® Foundation has awarded $700,000 in grants to 21 organizations supporting the lives of seniors and people with disabilities through technology. First time grantees include Helen Keller National Center, American Printing House for Blind and Code of Support Foundation.
One-third (31%) of U.S. homes are more likely to want to purchase tech products within the next year, despite the COVID-19 outbreak – according to a new Consumer Technology Association (CTA)®study. Highlighting technology’s vital importance in consumer’s lives today and in the future, CTA’s 22nd Annual Consumer Technology Ownership and Market Potential Study (fielded March 31 to April 6, 2020) examines household ownership and future purchase plans across 60+ consumer tech products.
Core tech device shipments such as smartphones, TVs and laptops will decline in 2020 as consumers struggle with economic uncertainty from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)®. The Special 2020 Industry Forecast Update: Assessing COVID-19 Impact report also finds consumer spending on streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime will rise amid stay-at-home orders, performing better than expected.
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