The Cayman Islands face similar population health challenges as its neighboring countries (in the Caribbean, the United States, and in Central and South America) and many Western nations such as the United Kingdom and Europe. The top clinical conditions of hypertension, diabetes, mental illness, asthma, COPD and cancer are driving costs up with obesity and sedentary life styles being the underlying drivers. Improving quality of care with better access to care and lowering healthcare costs has become the number one priority for most countries to sustain a superior quality of life.
The HSA believes that the answer to the complex problem of better outcomes and lowered costs is People-Centered Primary Care, under which healthcare providers are incentivized to keep their patient population healthy and practice value-based care.
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