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Around the world, we collect a wealth of healthcare data that, when used correctly, can dramatically improve outcomes for patients. That’s the philosophy behind Komodo Health, which uses data-driven insights to optimize communication between key healthcare players, including pharmaceutical manufacturers, insurance companies and other startups. The company, valued at more than $30 billion, was co-founded in 2014 by Arif Nathoo, MD, after he left an executive position at McKinsey to focus on a more direct approach to fighting disease. Nathoo explains why Covid was a turning point in the use of health data, why the future of healthcare is all about patients and how he has hired more people in the past year than in the first seven years of Komodo’s existence.
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