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Amazon's health care move could be a big win for consumer health start-ups (CNBC, Jan 30)
Attach Date 2018/02/07 HIT 2984
Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and J.P. Morgan Chase are teaming up to reduce health care costs for their own employees. Among the likely big winners: Telemedicine companies like Teladoc and American Well. Start-ups that offer virtual care as an alternative to sending an employee to a physical doctor's office, will likely play a big role in lowering costs. These companies have spent the past decade pushing for federal and state governments to provide clinicians with a way to bill their patients for consultations conducted via video or over the phone, and have made some major progress. Read More

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