How do the experiences of different generations of people shape and inform their attitudes, expectations and perceptions of healthcare today and in the future? And if we focus our attention on redesigning healthcare for those current generations of adults who place the highest demands on it today, are we overlooking the needs of younger generations of adults and future generations who don’t yet have similar demands of the system?
In this episode we explore these issues with Dr Eliza Filby. She’s a historian, author and consultant who understands the differences in values and behaviors across different generations. We dive into how people in Generation Z have an entirely different view and perception on [...read more...]
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