Health Affairs June 25, 2021

Listen to Health Affairs’ Jeff Byers and Exits & Outcomes’ Brian Dolan discuss Apple’s moves in health care and the overall maturity of the digital health industry.
 
Tech giants like Apple and Alphabet, the parent company of Google, have been trying to push into health care for some time now. But pursuing health care as a business is hard. Recent news of Google reorganizing its health team and Apple struggling to create primary care services illuminate how difficult it can be for companies – even those with deep pockets and resources – to break into the health care industry.

To discuss the recent Apple news as well...

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Topics: Digital Health, Health IT, Interview / Q&A, Patient / Consumer, Provider, Technology, Trends
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