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How Ride-Sharing Can Close One Gap In Our Broken Health Care System

Even affordable treatment is useless if patients have no way to make it to their appointments. Circulation, a new Boston-based startup, is partnering with Uber to bring on-demand rides to the health care industry. In the conversation around America’s disorganized health care system, high costs come up as the most obvious barrier to treatment and services. But for many people, even if they can arrange affordable care, actually making it to an appointment poses yet another difficulty.
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