Good points about Millennials and the pressure they put on health care providers to adopt new technologies.
That said, this passage caught my eye:
"Pew Research indicates Millennials have emerged with low levels of trust. Just 19% of Millennials say most people can be trusted, compared with 31% of Gen Xers, 37% of those from the Silent Generation (born during the Depression through World War II), and 40% of Boomers."
Why are Millennials so much less trusting? I find it interesting that the survey indicates Millennials feel "people" can't be trusted. Speaking as a Millennial (just barely), my impression is that younger generations are actually pretty trusting on a personal level-- just think how much stuff they freely share online. But I have perceived rampant distrust for government, religious and corporate institutions. I think some of that distrust can be argued as intrinsic to youth in America, who have long been characterized by anti-establishment ideals. But some of it also indicates cultural shifts that aren't really being addressed. Technology can fix a lot, in health care and elsewhere, but I'm not sure it's really a panacea for the trust issue.