Comprehensive study reveals values, needs, desires, and trepidations of workers – and employers – when it comes to the future of health in general and the role of digital health in particular.
Designed to help companies make critical health care investment decisions over the next ﬁve years.
Compares and contrasts worker views with those of C-suite and senior decision makers across nine sectors
Senior Decision Makers
Fielded in June 2019
Seven mature (U.S., U.K., Canada, Fielded in June 2019 Italy, France, Netherlands and Singapore) and six growth markets (Brazil, China, Colombia, India, Indonesia and Mexico).
of workers say they are much less/less likely to move elsewhere if their employer promotes or sponsors digital health solutions in the workplace.
of employers believe an investment in digital health and well-being solutions will have a positive impact on staff energy levels and 4/10 believe promoting or sponsoring digital health solutions will aid staff retention.
of employers are very/somewhat likely to invest more in digital health in the next ﬁve years.
App that helps ﬁnd the right doctor or medical care when and where I need it.
Personal individual and family medical records that are electronic and portable.
Tele-medicine (remote video-chat, text with a doctor or nurse) for a simple health issue like a rash or a cold.
of workers say employees are allowed time off to see healthcare professionals or to get treatments.
of employers say employees are allowed time off to see healthcare professionals or to get treatments.
Sign me up
Get me comfortable
Not for me
Distinguished by attitudes towards digital health innovations; level of conﬁdence in employer-sponsored digital heath solutions; and the likelihood of staying with an employer offering these solutions.
of growth market respondents report greater conﬁdence in the digital and well-being solutions from employers.
of mature market respondents.
of growth market respondents say they are much less/less likely to move elsewhere.
of those in mature markets – if their employer promotes or sponsors digital health solutions.