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The short answer: Their clients don't really care about it. The long answer: It's complicated.
It's not that it failed, it's that it failed doing something so boring
It leverages a great amount of power over key parts of the healthcare system
It’s time for hospitals to step up
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