The health economy creates more data than any other part of the U.S. economy, but healthcare executives, from health system operators to policymakers, have historically been challenged to interpret the wealth of data insights needed to contextualize the constant change. Our research examines the organization, financing, and delivery of healthcare from the lens of demand, supply, and yield.
About Our Research
The health economy, which is approaching 20% of GDP and is the largest line item in the federal budget, continues to experience dynamic change. The Compass is a weekly research publication led by our Chief Research Officer, Sanjula Jain, Ph.D., that explores data-driven trends as a guide to the increasingly complex and competitive health economy.Explore Data Stories
Walmart’s average patient age is 31 years old, which is 17.1 years younger than Walgreens’ average patient and 7.5 years younger than CVS’s average patient.
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Geographic Analysis Reveals Mismatch in Supply of and Demand for Behavioral Health Providers and Primary Care Physicians
September 25th, 2022
It is well established that the U.S. has a shortage of both primary care physicians (PCPs) and behavioral health providers (BHPs)...