The company's pivot to retail spared Holmes a lot of scrutiny
The billing process is way too complicated
(Vertically integrated insurers are winning)
It looks like patients might need a front door
and the startups trying to do it
Have we played ourselves by expecting healthcare to cost a lot?
The rapid growth of digital health funding
I think yes.
Revenue cycle management isn't going away, but a few companies trying to change the system might make it better
And, you know, contending with UnitedHealth
My extended analogy for all the tricks to maintain access
Or: if we can’t figure this out, how do we ever figure out value-based care?