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Amazon, JPMorgan, and Berkshire Hathaway’s health insurance JV is expanding to cover more employees

“Haven plans to monitor JPMorgan employees’ receptiveness to these new health plans, with specific interest given to whether or not pricing and payment is more transparent” writes Zachary Hendrickson for businessinsider.com. Haven’s health plans differ in a critical way from plans most US consumers would be familiar with, according to Bloomberg, as there are no required deductibles.The health insurance JV is expanding coverage to more than 30,000 employees and will track members’ reception to different configurations of benefits, marking Haven’s most concrete step toward scaling up since its inception last year.JPMorgan and Amazon have made major health acquisitions since announcing Haven — and they could be laying the groundwork to disrupt the healthcare industry across the board.
 
Source: businessinsider.com



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