MobiHealth News October 29, 2021
Ricardo Johnson

Digital health investors and innovators should focus on solutions to simplify the complicated U.S. healthcare system for patients.

Calling the U.S. healthcare system complex would be like calling the universe big: an understatement that poorly conveys its true scale. It’s populated with primary care physicians, specialists, pharmacists, insurance companies, labs, therapists, caregivers and others – all using different tools, methods of communication and care delivery solutions.

Our healthcare system attempts to deliver coordinated service from distant silos, hoping for better health outcomes.

Recent policies have aimed to synthesize the back end of healthcare in order to give stakeholders in the healthcare ecosystem better visibility and simplified coordination. This systems-level approach is welcome and will likely yield results that make healthcare more efficient...

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