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Global Health and Wellness Survey tracks diagnoses, level of therapeutic treatment
Some 62.5% of American adults have what can be defined as a “pre-existing condition,” equal to an “astonishing” 152 million citizens, according to this year’s Global Health and Wellness Survey. That statistic—not widely recognized—could have been a factor in the resistance to repealing the Affordable Care Act that played out over the past year. Published annually, the Kantar Health survey, conducted for more than 165 conditions in 10 countries, represents “the largest global self-reported general population survey in the healthcare industry,” according to the firm. The Survey helps healthcare providers, including pharma companies, to size markets by therapy classes, measure costs and inform brand strategies, among other opportunities.
Some other US-centric highlights:
The Global Survey also polls citizens in the EU5 countries, Japan, China, Russia, Brazil and other countries. Some comparative data:
The full report is available here.