Topic: Consumer-Driven Healthcare
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Direct-to-consumer cancer screening tests often provide false-negative results, according to research from genetic company Invitae.
Los Angeles-based City of Hope is partnering with Amazon to offer enhanced cancer support services to the online retail giant's employees in the U.S.
Tampa General Hospital partnered with technology company OnMed to be the first to deploy the company's telemedicine station inside the hospital.
Genealogy company Ancestry is expanding into genetic health testing, ramping up competition with 23andMe.
Patients want the convenience of digital billing and payment options and are willing to ditch their healthcare providers if they lag in technology.
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WebMD announces its agreement to acquire Aptus Health and expand its outreach to clinicians at the point of care.
As Walmart moves deeper into primary care, it wants to ensure there is a skilled healthcare workforce to fill critical roles in its 20 care clinics.
On-demand doctor house call app Heal is expanding its services into the New York City market with the acquisition of Doctors on Call.