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This morning, let's peek at One Medical's latest financial results to both understand the deal and what Amazon is really buying.
If ever there were an industry ripe for disruption, it’s healthcare. Yet, the idea of building a billion-dollar business by addressing the physical, social and behavioral health needs of marginalize
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How is it possible that an over $5 trillion industry cannot seem to attract capital? Have investors picked the wrong business models, or are there pockets within insurtech that have been ignored?
Will healthcare startups tap into new regulatory guidelines with the same fervor that fintech founders have over the last decade?
The company helps advisors and their clients identify the right health plan and if you may need long-term care planning (spoiler, you probably will).
The late Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen found that in many sectors, low-end disruptors take hold at the bottom of the market and then work up to satisfy more demanding segments.
EasyHealth, a startup focused on navigating the Medicare experience, announced a $135 million Series A round on Thursday. EasyHealth has a simple purpose: to help enroll, and follow-up with (more on t
Similar to how fintech is scaling vertical SaaS, the pandemic-fueled disaggregation of healthcare has created new players that are taking a page out of the fintech revolution book.
There are few challenges messier and more fraught than the U.S. healthcare system, but a growing number of startups are looking at ways to address shortcomings in standards of care through tech.
The company's platform enables real-time intervention for people with medication dependence and substance-use disorders.
The company is leading seniors through the Medicare maze, helping whittle down over 3,000 available plans into a handful of best choices based on their care requirements.
To truly lower costs and reduce inefficiencies, we have to abandon the existing structure and put the customer first.
This past year, three sheep in Canada have been wearing their kidneys on their sleeves. Or more aptly, in jackets on their fluffy backs. These three sheep are part of an ongoing animal study run by
The home medical supply market in the U.S. is significant and growing, but the way that Americans go about getting much-needed medical supplies, particularly for those with chronic conditions, relies
Virtual health and wellness platforms have grown increasingly popular throughout the pandemic, but a new startup wants to focus that effort exclusively on senior citizens. Bold, a digital health and w
Welcome back to Human Capital, a weekly newsletter that looks at the latest in diversity and inclusion in tech, as well as labor. This week, Google made headlines a couple of times for its workplace i
In a sign of the growing importance and value of digital healthcare in the world of medicine, two of the industry’s publicly traded companies have agreed to a whopping $18.5 billion merger. The
During the waning days of the first dot-com boom, some of the biggest names in venture capital invested in marketplaces and directories whose sole function was to consolidate information and foster tr