SPECIAL EPISODE - Securing the Healthcare Payment Maze Part 2

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This is episode 2 of Artificially Intelligent with Sam Maule and Maia Bittner, a new podcast from Money20/20. We are again putting them on our feed because of the immediacy of this story and the importance of payments and competition in our national infrastructure.

Sam Maule and Maia Bittner have invited Boe Hartman, the CTO and co-founder of Nomi, to pull up a chair again at our virtual table to share insights on the repercussions rippling through the healthcare payment systems, laying bare the stark financial and personal implications for providers and patients alike.

As we navigate the turbulent waters of a $4 trillion industry caught in the throes of a major claims processing shutdown, we uncover the unseen winners of this crisis and confront the startling differences in regulation when comparing healthcare to the banking sector. The conversation pivots scrutinizes the antitrust landscape and its potential effects on healthcare competition and innovation. Tune in for a thought-provoking exploration into the intertwined worlds of healthcare policy, economics, and the cutting-edge efforts by companies like Nomi to forge a more direct and efficient marketplace for us all.

Article by Boe Hartman: https://m.bankingexchange.com/news-feed/item/9265-why-healthcare-needs-a-crash-course-from-banking-now

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