It’s time to integrate social determinants of health into healthcare Today, I read a press release from a new company called Circulation, which is partnering with ride service Uber to deliver rides to medical appointments. According to the company, each year about 3.6 million patients across the U.S. — including 1 million children — miss […]
The truth is, no one relies more than pharmas on a network of intermediaries to keep profits high. And digital health technologies are poised to be powerful disintermediators.
As providers pick up value-based contracts from payers, and desperately need decent data sharing to coordinate care, I can only imagine that they’ll turn to familiar names to help them make that transition. Data connectivity based on regions will die out, but vendor solutions that support ACOs and population health analytics will soar.