Dr. Robert Hauser on the Future of Care

 

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Florida is currently the 3rd largest state in the nation, with approximately 1,100 new people move to Florida EACH DAY. As Florida continues to grow, both in GDP and population, so do new challenges and opportunities. The Florida Chamber Foundation’s Florida 2030 research states that by 2030, nearly 1 out of every 4 Floridians could be over the age of 65. In a report released on the connections of aging and cancer, Cancer Treatment Centers of America estimates that Florida’s elderly population could be five percent larger than the national average.

We caught up with Dr. Rob Hauser, Vice President of Clinical Analytics for Cancer Treatment Centers of America, to discuss Florida’s future challenges and opportunities.


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Florida is currently the 3rd largest state in the nation, with approximately 1,100 new people move to Florida EACH DAY. As Florida continues to grow, both in GDP and population, so do new challenges and opportunities. The Florida Chamber Foundation’s Florida 2030 research states that by 2030, nearly 1 out of every 4 Floridians could be over the age of 65. In a report released on the connections of aging and cancer, Cancer treatment Centers of America estimates that Florida’s elderly population could be five percent larger than the national average. Will Florida’s systems be ready and equipped to care for an aging population and their needs?

Click the image below to read the report on aging and cancer, and then provide us your thoughts on if Florida is ready for the future of care.

 

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In 1018, 13.0 percent of Floridians did not have health insurance, up from 12.9 percent in 2017.

For additional data that impacts Florida and your community, visit www.TheFloridaScorecard.org.

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Providing convenient, accessible and affordable healthcare is an important goal for ensuring a successful future for Florida and its residents. As Florida looks towards 2030 and anticipates more than five million new residents, how do we take advantage of new technology and explore new models for delivering health care and other services?

Wellness and health for all Floridians will require:

  • Providing convenient, accessible, and affordable healthcare and wellness options for all residents, with continuing focus on cost shifts, quality outcomes, and care.
  • Creating targeted strategies to address areas with shortages of health professionals, including expanding medical education and provider practices and implementing innovations such as telemedicine and robotics.
  • Demonstrating meaningful improvements in maternal and child health.
  • Helping more Floridians achieve healthy weight by improving access to fresh food, nutrition habits, education, and access to and participation in physical activities.
  • Developing targeted strategies for improving mental health, reducing substance abuse with emphasis on opioid use disorders, and preventing suicide and violent crimes.
  • Increasing cross-sector collaboration for the prevention, early detection, treatment, and management of chronic diseases and conditions.

For information on the future of health care in Florida, download the Florida 2030 Key Targets & Strategies by visiting www.Florida2030.org.

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