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The Rise of the Bank Infomediary in Health Care

John Casillas, www.hfma.org

Privacy and security regulations and the rise of consumer-driven health care are changing the role of banks in health care.

At a Glance

Banks are evolving in four key areas that collectively comprise the rise of a “bank infomediary”:

  • Efficient administrative processing
  • Medical Internet
  • Health information broker
  • Community care platform

August 20, 2008 in A Bank-Driven eHealth Ecosystem | Permalink


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