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Can Silicon Valley Fix America's Ailing Health Insurance System?

Here, four startups with the capital and ambition to remake U.S. health care. May the odds be in their favor. Here, four startups with the capital and ambition to remake U.S. health care. May the odds be in their favor. Eager to leap in where so many others have stumbled, Silicon Valley investors have been pumping capital—$1.2 billion in 2015 alone—into startups taking on the task of improving health insurance for individuals and employers.
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