In death, there’s data
The award for last week's most human-centric look at healthcare politics goes to Sarah Kliff's piece on lifetime limits and a little boy named Timmy who "arrived seven weeks premature—but, in a way, just at the right time."
Speaking of lifetime limits, though the Valley still wants to cheat death, many entrepreneurs are still worried about maintaining their health and cite the security afforded by the ACA as a reason they were emboldened to strike out on their own. Here’s another thought: When you do die, should you donate your health data to science?
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