Technology promises to transform healthcare. It’s redefining how we interact with, and act on, our health data, and reshaping how care is delivered and coordinated. But uptake so far has been limited, particularly among the elderly and others who could benefit most from a better, smarter healthcare system.
To understand why, I argue in a new piece in TechCrunch that we need to look at federal reimbursement policies and their far-reaching, albeit often overlooked, influence on tech innovation.
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