Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Not happening

Stupid WSJ. They should know by now we don't ever lead any movement.
You can follow the link above for more stats and figures, but when we chatted with Paul Keckley, executive director of the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions, we were intrigued by one theme he brought up: members of Generation X, or those born between 1965 and 1981, may be the group of consumers who actually do prod the system into changing its ways. “If there’s an epicenter of change, it’s that group,” he says. “There’s definitely a generational wall between the boomers and seniors who say, ‘It is what it is,’ and Gen X, which says the system should do a lot of things it’s not doing now. They want to see their own records, they want to know whether a doctor is competent or not and they want to see prices up front.”

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