Innovative leaders in the Health Care IT field see, in the future, computers will replace most if not all of the insurances companies that act as middle men in modern health care. By replacing these middle men, the whole health care process can be streamlined and ultimately more effective. Matthew Herper from Forbes has more on the subject.
Using Health Care IT to Improve the System
The article, “Could Computers Replace Health Insurers?”, by Matthew Herper states
“Neal Patterson, the chief executive of health care IT firm Cerner, believes that in the future the insurance companies that act as intermediaries between governments and consumers and the providers of medical care will be replaced by a new middle layer of cheap and powerful computers.”
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