Health care 2023: The next big step needs to be health improvement – BenefitsPro

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Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic we’ve heard a lot about “underlying health conditions,” which can make a person who catches the virus more vulnerable to experiencing severe symptoms.
How we can do our best to reduce underlying health conditions and improve health status for individuals and populations is something to think about as we look ahead to the state of health care in the U.S. in 2023. There has been more movement in the health care landscape from a reactive to a proactive system, but there needs to be more. COVID surely made that apparent.
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