Health Insurance Agent
Patients are often frustrated with the medical care they receive, and just 251 of 3,500 hospitals with star ratings in the U.S. were given five stars in patient satisfaction. It’s for this reason that more patients are turning to personalized healthcare -- a term used to describe a model that tailors medical care to individuals and enables patients to pivot healthcare to their specific needs, often helping them to solve their "medical mysteries" and prevent disease.
Healthcare around the world is merging. And the result is surprising. European/Canadian plans are adding insurance above a universal minimum. They need to learn how to measure quality and set standards for insurance. USA is adding a minimum universal but is able to teach the world about how to regulate and evaluate insurance. NCQA will grow.