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Price transparency is the first crack in the dam. Over the coming years, there will be more disclosure and more transparency. And once brokers, insurers and employers get a hold of this data it's going to lead to lower prices for providers. No doubt.
Rob DeMichiei, Retired CFO
I think that we're finally having to break through on how to equalize and equilibrate the inequities we have in healthcare. The fact that we can move knowledge, not people. The fact that we can get care using different tools from urban centers where expertise exists, into rural areas. Anything we can do to reduce the health inequities in the country is positive. And I’m starting to see glimmers for the first time in my career that we are going in that direction.
Dr. Amy Compton-Phillips, Providence
Healthcare is really hard. We do things that are really hard. Nobody is saying that we expected all of these large tech companies to just solve it immediately. But do we need large tech in healthcare? Yes. Now the question is how?
Anne Weiler, AWS
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