Digital health New business models, emerging technology and more consumer engagement have the power to significantly slow health care spending. (Image: Shutterstock)

A new report from Deloitte predicts that although health care spending will continue to grow in the U.S. in coming years, the growth will be less than some experts have predicted, due to changes in consumer choices and options.

The report, “Breaking the Cost Curve,” predicts that three things—new business models, emerging technology, and more consumer engagement, will act to slow health care spending growth over the next two decades.

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