$300 billion of avoidable health care costs is attributed to noncompliance.
- U.S. Healthcare cost is estimated to have been $3.5 trillion in 2017.
- The trend is that healthcare costs will increase annually by 5.5% and that by 2020 healthcare costs will account for almost 20% of the US GDP.
- With improved compliance comes a decrease in hospitalization/rehospitalization and emergency department utilization.
- Improved compliance leads to improved health outcomes, a healthier population, enhanced quality of life, and increased productivity.