“The consumer is going to become much more powerful in health care because they’re paying for the bill,” said Cerner president Zane Burke. “Three years ago, consumers paid 15 percent of health care costs. Today, they’re paying 25 percent. Three years from now, 38 percent will come out of the consumer’s pocket.”
“The consumer is going to become much more powerful in health care because they’re paying for the bill,” said Cerner president Zane Burke. “Three years ago, consumers paid 15 percent of health care costs. Today, they’re paying 25 percent. Three years from now, 38 percent will come out of the consumer’s pocket.” File photo by Allison Long The Kansas City Star
“The consumer is going to become much more powerful in health care because they’re paying for the bill,” said Cerner president Zane Burke. “Three years ago, consumers paid 15 percent of health care costs. Today, they’re paying 25 percent. Three years from now, 38 percent will come out of the consumer’s pocket.” File photo by Allison Long The Kansas City Star

Cerner conference will focus on health care information technology

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