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  • “Generation Z is composed of people who are currently 18 to 22 years old and in many ways they have more similar- ities with Generation X than with Millennials. Generation Z tends to be practical and driven, and this is reflected in the top 10 trends for 2018 that I will discuss.”
    Meet Generation Z: Top 10 Trends of 2018
    Tina Wells, Elliot K. Fishman, Karen M. Horton, Steven P. Rowe
    Journal of the American College of Radiology
    Volume 15, Number 12 ,December 2018
  • “The transition to an increased emphasis on spirituality may, in part, reflect the broader trend of adopting lifestyles. Spirituality itself can be a life- style and may be a more liberating mind-set for some because it is less defined than religion but still allows people to have a connection to a power beyond themselves. In health care, we need to be aware that our patients without specific religious affiliations may still have spirituality in their lives. We must also be cognizant that the changing landscape of spirituality and religion may have implications for health care trends such as the opioid crisis.”
    Meet Generation Z: Top 10 Trends of 2018
    Tina Wells, Elliot K. Fishman, Karen M. Horton, Steven P. Rowe
    Journal of the American College of Radiology
    Volume 15, Number 12 ,December 2018
  • “Companies appealing to consumer’s emotions and doing good is nothing new. However, it is now a virtual expectation that companies engage in purposes beyond purely making money. This phenomenon has put the responsibility on companies to adopt and promote purposes. Indeed, many companies now use marketing, particularly online and social media-based marketing, to define what they stand for instead of only focusing on their products.
    Meet Generation Z: Top 10 Trends of 2018
    Tina Wells, Elliot K. Fishman, Karen M. Horton, Steven P. Rowe
    Journal of the American College of Radiology
    Volume 15, Number 12 ,December 2018
  • “In addition to consumers choosing companies with purposes, many members of Generation Z who are entering the workforce are looking for companies that align with their values and passions. Beyond loving their jobs, Generation Z workers also want to love the companies they are working for. The health care industry should naturally be able to appeal to consumers and prospective employees on this basis given the centrality of patient well- being to the health care enterprise.”.
    Meet Generation Z: Top 10 Trends of 2018
    Tina Wells, Elliot K. Fishman, Karen M. Horton, Steven P. Rowe
    Journal of the American College of Radiology
    Volume 15, Number 12 ,December 2018
  • “Travelers have become incredibly reliant on devices. Booking a flight, reserving a room, utilizing ride- sharing apps, and taking and posting photographs during a trip can all now be done from a mobile device. Fewer people are printing boarding passes, and more commuters are listening to podcasts. Technology is striving to decrease the stress that many people feel when they travel. Expect to see an increase in wearable technology with travel applications. Many of the apps that can help make travel more enjoyable may also be useful to patients who are navigating the process of getting to subspecialty care that is in another part of the country or who may be facing a prolonged hospital stay.”
    Meet Generation Z: Top 10 Trends of 2018
    Tina Wells, Elliot K. Fishman, Karen M. Horton, Steven P. Rowe
    Journal of the American College of Radiology
    Volume 15, Number 12 ,December 2018
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