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Holmes arrives at court in California in January 2019.

Dispensed: A trial date for Elizabeth Holmes, new management at uBiome, and the primary care trends we’re tracking

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An ad for One Medical.

I became a member of One Medical, a primary-care practice that charges a $200 annual fee and has plans to double over the next two years. Here’s...

One Medical has plans to double its footprint over the next two years after an infusion of $350 million that valued the company at $1.5 billion.

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‘We’re shooting for thousands of clinics’: A Silicon Valley startup has been quietly laying plans to take on heavyweight One Medical...

Silicon Valley startup Carbon Health has been quietly rolling out clinics across the Bay Area after merging with an urgent care provider. The plan is to expand nationally and take on One Medical.

The US is facing a doctor shortage as the country grays, and nurses could be the answer

A new report by UnitedHealth Group suggests that there might be ways to circumvent the primary care physician shortage in the US and increase access to care in underserved areas.
One of Crossover Health's exam rooms at its Midtown, Manhattan location.

A red-hot healthcare startup that got a boost when Apple took a chance on it is ramping up big time

BI PRIME: Crossover Health, a company that runs on-site or near-site healthcare clinics for large employers, has been gaining traction. In July, the company had its 1 millionth patient visit, with plans for another 500,000 visits in the next 12 months.
Jeff Bezos

A small but growing movement of doctors that don’t accept insurance and charge a monthly fee could be a model for big employers like Amazon and ...

Direct primary care could be a model employers — including JPMorgan, Amazon, and Berkshire Hathaway — could tap into as a way of lowering costs.
Parsley Health CEO Robin Berzin

A doctor’s office that charges $150 a month and doesn’t take insurance just raised millions to make it the future of medicine

Parsley Health, a startup that charges a $150 monthly fee and doesn't take insurance, raised $10 million to expand its clinics and its technology.

A Chicagoland hospital is adding a new test to its annual checkup — and it could be the future of medicine

NorthShore University HealthSystem wants to bring a conversation about genetics into every doctor's office during patients' annual checkups.

This doctor’s office charges $150 a month and doesn’t take insurance — and it could be the future of medicine

Parsley Health is part of the direct primary care trend, which has been called the future of medicine.