Fujitsu releases Research Report into Health Reform
Survey Highlights Key Health Reform Agenda – Prevention Is Better Than Cure
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About the Fujitsu Baby Boomers Surveys
In the first year we showed that many had not thought about how they would pay for their healthcare needs in later life. Last year we examined their savings strategies and concluded that many were unlikely to be able to support themselves into old age because they had not saved enough, a trend exacerbated by the Global Financial Crisis and consequent fall in asset prices.
We surveyed 5,600 Baby-boomers (in tranches from 40-64) to understand their views of health records and their use of online services. We discussed our preliminary findings from this research with a number of Senior Health Professionals during a working session at the Australian College of Health Service Executives [i] Conference on the Gold Coast in August 2009. ACHSE is Australia's largest professional body representing health management and it aims to develop and foster excellence in health service management through education and ongoing professional development for existing and potential health service managers. As a result of this session, and a number of other discussions we have had across the sector including NEHTA – the National E-Health Transition Authority.
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Company:Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand
Date: 01 December, 2009
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