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When two independent healthcare-research organizations released a new study on Sunday showing that 99.7 percent of people in the U.S. have something wrong with them, it left some immediately asking why the findings weren’t getting more attention.
Some tried to use this study to gloss over the bad news in a slightly altered way, while others sought to celebrate the study’s findings. But the report’s publication on Sunday might be the most under-reported news yet on American health.
Despite the excitement of the study, health policy experts are concerned that the study’s sensationalist headline and wording are distracting people. The one-word phrase “99.7 percent” is a major red flag, health policy analysts said, as other studies have previously shown that the U.S. has shockingly high rates of degenerative diseases. The U.S. now has the highest obesity rates and the highest rates of diabetes in the world, among other health problems.
After the study was published, Kristine Grow, managing director of The Athena Health Research Group at Indiana University, said that the study “confirms what we’ve been hearing from patients and the public in general – that they are not happy with how their health care is going.”
The Athena Research Group study is actually a subset of the American Public Health Association’s “Phenomenon of Unmet Health Care Needs in America” study, which tracked the health and well-being of respondents age 18 and older. The study was released on Monday and the full findings, which show that 24 million adults in the U.S. reported having multiple chronic conditions, will be published later this year.
The portion of the report discussing unmet health needs focuses on the serious health conditions that people struggle to get the care and treatments they need