Can selling insurance to patients transform healthcare?

November 2, 2015

The third open enrollment kicked off yesterday for the 19M uninsured Americans eligible to get coverage under the ACA. The takeaway for this enrollment season? There's less technical snafus, more options—and pricier plans. Portfolio company Stride Health offers a user-friendly health plan-shopping experience—and has now teamed up with Intuit to solve healthcare finances. Can selling insurance to patients transform healthcare?Collective Health's Ali Diab weighs in.

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Company Amt Investors Source
Enlitic $10M Capitol Health Bloomberg
Monclarity $5M Access Industries VentureWire
Prescription Advisory Systems and Technology $1M Undisclosed Philadelphia Business Journal

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