Boomers’, millennials’ health needs are shaping the health care landscape, providers say

The needs of the baby boomer and millennial generations are driving the changes in health care delivery around the state.

Less time spent in a hospital, lower costs of care, more use of technology and creating a one-stop shop at each medical facility through partnerships are the current goals of health care providers.

Delanor Doyle, senior medical director with Aetna, told attendees at a New Jersey Bankers Association event Friday that the reactive approach to health care is changing.

“The goal is to provide the right care for the right cost at the right time,” Doyle said.

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