It is hard to overstate the size of the American healthcare sector. As of 2015, spending on healthcare (by governments, individuals, and businesses) totalled a staggering $3.2 trillion. That works out to almost $10,000 per US resident and 17.8% of US Gross Domestic Product!
When people think of medical research, they often envision test tubes, Bunsen burners, and scientists in lab coats. But not all medical research happens in the laboratory. In many cases, such research occurs in the comfort of peoples’ homes through – you guessed it – online surveys!