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Economic impact of musculoskeletal disease in the U.S. per patient 2005-2010

This statistic displays the economic impact of musculoskeletal diseases in the United States per affected person based on usage or lack of usage of medical technology from 2005 to 2010. In 2007, the economic impact of such diseases treated with medical technology was 12,700 U.S. dollars, while the impact of such diseases without the help of technology was three to four times higher. Musculoskeletal diseases can prevent or inhibit patients from their normal ability to work. Technology can improve daily quality of life and reduce presenteeism. Prevalence of musculoskeletal disease is expected to increase in the United States population, especially due to a rise in obesity, aging populations, and sedentary work environments.

Economic impact of musculoskeletal diseases in the U.S. per patient from 2005 to 2010 (in thousand U.S. dollars)*

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Source

Release date

July 2014

Region

United States

Survey time period

2005 to 2010

Supplementary notes

* Includes treatment expenditures and indirect impacts.

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