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‘What to Think’ Episode 27: Aneesh Chopra on HealthCare.gov and the future of health

‘What to Think’ Episode 27: Aneesh Chopra on HealthCare.gov and the future of health

‘What to Think’ Episode 27: Aneesh Chopra on HealthCare.gov and the future of health

‘What to Think’ Episode 27: Aneesh Chopra on HealthCare.gov and the future of health

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For our latest podcast we connected with former White House CTO Aneesh Chopra at VentureBeat’s HealthBeat conference to talk about the state of the government’s Healthcare.gov insurance marketplace, among other things.

A year ago, then White House CTO Chopra wrote a guest post for VentureBeat about the government health insurance exchange, which at the time was mired in technical glitches and was considered a big black eye for the Obama Administration’s health reform program. Chopra says a lot has happened since then, and that the exchange has gone on to a new, and better, phase.

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Above: Former (and first) White House CTO Aneesh Chopra

Chopra also discusses new digital health approaches to personalizing health care for consumers, and new federal initiatives that will pay health providers to begin sharing health care data with each other.

Plus, we tell you what to think about

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In addition, you can listen to us on Stitcher or get the What to Think RSS feed for the podcast player of your choice.

Or download the MP3 of episode 27 here.

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