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Health Insurance Start-Up: Price Transparency, Incentives Changing Health Care

By giving consumers the cost of health care procedures up front and the ability to shop around, Patrick Quigley, CEO and co-founder, Sidecar Health, hopes to change the industry (July 26, 2021).

July 26, 2021

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