Innovation Labs: Why Apple and Amazon are Investing in Healthcare for Their Employees

Premise Health | Jami Doucette, President

Recent moves by Apple and Amazon to invest in medical clinics for their own employees have made headlines. Behind the news lurks a question: why?

CNBC reporter Christina Farr published this story, seeking to find the answer. The story explores three possible reasons:

• To control costs
• To test new products
• To prepare to deliver healthcare in the future

At Premise Health, we see testing new products and controlling costs as the most logical conclusions. Read on for insight from Jami Doucette, president of Premise Health, on these two companies and their unique situations.

Read the full story here.

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