Stu Rodnick releases The Next Project, the most informative book about the economics of healthcare in the United States
Author and Data Pragmatist, Stu Rodnick, releases, The Next Project: The Economics of U.S. Healthcare and A Better Way Forward for the American People.
Irvington, NY (PRUnderground) July 8th, 2020
As the population ages and the cost of healthcare outpaces inflation and income growth, the healthcare system in the United States is at an inflection point.
- Healthcare expenditures are expected to grow from $1.4 trillion in 2000 to $7 trillion in 2030
- The senior population will increase from 35 million seniors in 2000 to 73 million in 2030
- The share of the under 65 population who receive healthcare coverage through employers is at the lowest level in 7 decades
President Franklin Roosevelt stated in his second inaugural address (1937), “In our seeking for economic and political progress as a nation, we all go up, or else we all go down, as one people.” It’s a perspective that is applicable to 21st century America, as healthcare has become “the focus” of so many people.
The Next Project keeps people informed of the changes happening across the healthcare system, with the optimism that caring and curious people will create a healthcare system that is a shining example of America’s ingenuity.
To learn more about The Next Project, be sure to visit www.sturodnick.com. The book is available for purchase through the Kindle Store on Amazon.
About Stu Rodnick
Stu Rodnick’s interest in healthcare economics developed as he became amazed by the advancements in the field of medicine (especially biotechnology) and dismayed by the many obstacles sitting between healthcare innovations and patients.