Watch: Here’s why Silicon Valley is looking to disrupt healthcare

Silicon Valley giants like Amazon, Google, Apple, and Uber have recently announced plans to disrupt the healthcare industry. The healthcare industry’s notorious inefficiencies and dissatisfying costs mean one thing to the new tech players: opportunity. Apple is planning to open a pair of clinics in California. Uber is changing ambulance service. Google might partner with Rhode Island’s Medicaid. Despite their new initiatives, there’s little competition among the disruptors. What’s next for Silicon Valley Healthcare?

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