Cure All

Professors Raffaella Sadun and Leemore Dafny are both economists who have studied hospitals extensively—Sadun’s research has looked at the economics of management, while Dafny’s examines interactions between health care providers and payers, as well as antitrust enforcement. Here, they discuss what it would take to improve the provision of care.
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Big Health wants you to cure your insomnia with its app, then delete it — some investors hate that

Digital health investors are most attracted to business models with recurring revenue from users who will continue to use the app or service forever. Digital health products that attempt to cure or prevent a health condition can struggle for funding.
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This is what it really looks like inside a bank's cybersecurity center right before an attack

In this excerpt from Kate Fazzini’s new book “Kingdom of Lies,” she takes you directly inside the security operations center of one of the world’s largest banks.
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Apollo in talks to finance Dish Network bid for T-Mobile and Sprint assets

The talks between Apollo and Dish demonstrate private equity interest in the wireless business as regulators are pushing to create a viable fourth U.S. wireless competitor, even as the nation’s third- and fourth-largest carriers are combining.
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