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Reimbursement barriers impede remote patient monitoring growth: Health systems must prove their remote monitoring programs are effective—especially if they want state Medicaid programs to provide coverage.

One healthcare prediction we got wrong for 2022: We look back over the year to see what didn’t happen, per our 2021 prognoses.

Healthcare predictions we got right for 2022: As we expected, the lines between healthcare and retail blurred, and consumers cozied up with connected health devices. We detail other predictions we got right for the year.

Disruption in the digital pharmacy space: We unpack developments with Medly, NowRx, and Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drugs and look ahead to what’s in store for 2023.

Easy access and short wait times drive consumers to telehealth: But virtual care providers will need to stay on top of their game to keep patients from going elsewhere.

Separating the winners and losers among digital health startups: VC investors have a grim outlook on startup valuations—here's how their business strategies might shift to secure funding in 2023.

Good Measures launches prescription food delivery powered by Instacart: We unpack how health systems, health plans, and grocers are getting behind the food as medicine trend.

Convenience > loyalty drives where consumers get care: Our new forecast highlights where patients are getting care now and in the future, and which trends are driving that shift.

Telemental health consolidation is coming: Amwell makes a second bid for Talkspace. We think it foreshadows a bigger trend for struggling telemental companies in 2023.

Cleveland Clinic charges for patient-provider messaging: We unpack the health system’s controversial move and examine if other provider organizations could follow suit.

Walmart Health lost its top executive to JP Morgan: The move doesn’t bode well for the retailer’s health clinic program.

On today's episode, we discuss why the US healthcare system is so fragmented, how an app could save the day, and whether the US will ever be able to synchronize its health services. "In Other News," we talk about the deal to buy multispecialty physician group Summit Health and what to expect from Amazon Clinic. Tune in to the discussion with our analysts Lisa Phillips and Rajiv Leventhal.

Uber Health expands into employer segment: But Uber’s latest healthcare push may not have the large-scale impact it’s hoping for.

Google Cloud and Epic restart partnership: We examine if it’s enough to move Google up the healthcare cloud rankings.

Amazon gets back in the telehealth game with Amazon Clinic: It’s partnering with HealthTap and SteadyMD to treat common ailments—but competitors already offer more comprehensive services.

Insider Intelligence spoke with Dr. Sophia Yen, co-founder and CEO of Pandia Health, a service that provides online access to birth control, about the unique challenges the telemedicine company has faced on TikTok.

Amazon cuts costs, not care: We look at Amazon’s unsurprising cost-cutting moves and why its healthcare ventures aren’t on the table.

Sweatcoin leads US mobile health apps in traffic, with 15.0 million unique visitors in August. Fitbit and MyChart rank No. 2 and No. 3, with 12.5 million and 12.1 million unique visitors, respectively.

Walgreens catches up to CVS with Summit Health acquisition: We examine the deal’s impact on the investing players as well as those who are falling behind in the retail health competition.

Snapchat aims for millennials but hits Gen Z (again): We think the social media platform’s new fitness-focused augmented reality feature will be more appealing to Gen Z than its target audience.