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Research 9/25/17

Coming soon: An even deeper dive into digital health investment

Since 2011, Rock Health has worked tirelessly to be the trusted source for digital health venture funding trends. We take this role very seriously because we believe funding is a key metric in assessing the trajectory of healthcare innovation. Today, we are excited to announce new upgrades that will enhance our ability to deliver thoughtful, objective analysis of digital health investment and the broader market.

Research 9/25/17

Coming soon: An even deeper dive into digital health investment

Since 2011, Rock Health has worked tirelessly to be the trusted source for digital health venture funding trends. We take this role very seriously because we believe funding is a key metric in assessing the trajectory of healthcare innovation. Today, we are excited to announce new upgrades that will enhance our ability to deliver thoughtful, objective analysis of digital health investment and the broader market.

Striding with 20/20 vision

Unfortunately, when you work on your own, vision insurance can be expensive and unaffordable. Most self-employeds with vision coverage spend over $200 per year on it and don’t get much in return. Stride designed a custom VSP vision plan to support anyone who works independently. Stride consistently delivers better coverage at a lower price, and today we set a new bar: we cut the price nearly in half while delivering easy access to better benefits with VSP, the #1 name in vision care.

Striding with 20/20 vision

Unfortunately, when you work on your own, vision insurance can be expensive and unaffordable. Most self-employeds with vision coverage spend over $200 per year on it and don’t get much in return. Stride designed a custom VSP vision plan to support anyone who works independently. Stride consistently delivers better coverage at a lower price, and today we set a new bar: we cut the price nearly in half while delivering easy access to better benefits with VSP, the #1 name in vision care.

Adapting to Consumerism in Healthcare: Helix’s Robin Thurston and Validic’s Drew Schiller

The age-old power dynamics in healthcare are quickly shifting—away from providers as the primary touch point for care and toward tech-, and consumer-empowered decision-making. In a world where personal data is king and consumers expect things to be free—and are also expected to take on a larger burden of their healthcare costs, healthcare companies have a lot to adapt to.

Adapting to Consumerism in Healthcare: Helix’s Robin Thurston and Validic’s Drew Schiller

The age-old power dynamics in healthcare are quickly shifting—away from providers as the primary touch point for care and toward tech-, and consumer-empowered decision-making. In a world where personal data is king and consumers expect things to be free—and are also expected to take on a larger burden of their healthcare costs, healthcare companies have a lot to adapt to.

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