The burgeoning "Gen Z" generation, made up of Americans born during or after 1997, is front of mind to many health system planners and growth strategists. Today, however, Gen Z constitutes a disproportionately small share of the health care market. Health systems should keep this in mind when devising their growth strategies and instead focus their efforts on the older generations who will drive revenues for the foreseeable future.
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