Consumer health data is a valuable currency in healthcare because of the insights it can provide in developing new drugs and treatment programs. Unfortunately, the consumers that generate the data, which is rendered to be anonymous before it is sold, aren't the ones to profit from its sale. Those profits go to the sellers-the health systems, providers, insurance carriers and other healthcare data brokers-that collect patient data.
But what if there was a way for consumers to not only profit from the sale of their health data, but use those profits to lower their out-of-pocket healthcare...
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