Omada's next move — Insurers eye growth — Debating vaccine mandates

 
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Welcome to Insider Healthcare! I'm Megan Hernbroth, a senior reporter on the healthcare team covering startups and venture capital. Today in healthcare news:

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Sean Duffy Omada

His biggest rival scored a $13.9 billion buyout. Now the CEO who helped pioneer the digital health industry is under pressure to make a big move.

Read the full deep dive from me and my colleague Blake Dodge here >> 


Andrew Witty

Big insurers like UnitedHealth, Humana, Cigna, and Anthem are moving beyond paying for care. A new report reveals just how much their DNA has changed.

Read the full analysis from Shelby Livingston here >>


Vaccine distribution

Should the COVID-19 vaccine be mandated? Debate takes center stage, as hospitals, colleges and businesses start requiring the shot.

Here's what experts think>>


More stories we're reading today:


Last, I wanted to give a quick shoutout to Zach Tracer, the deputy editor for healthcare, on his being named The Drum's Editor of the Year! Congratulations, Zach! We are so lucky to have you leading our team.

- Megan

 
 
 
 
 
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