A hot startup that could be a model for the JPMorgan-Amazon-Berkshire Hathaway healthcare initiative just raised $110 million

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  • Collective Health, a startup that works with self-insured employers, just raised $ 110 million.
  • The company helps employers build out health plans that fit their needs by adding technology with the hope of making things like submitting claims and reading bills easier.
  • Self-insured employer plans have recently come into the spotlight after JPMorgan, Amazon and Berkshire Hathaway said they’re forming a new independent nonprofit venture aimed at lowering healthcare costs for their employees.

A startup that could be a good model for the JPMorgan-Amazon-Berkshire Hathaway healthcare initiative just raised an additional $ 110 million. 

Collective Health helps employers build out health plans that fit their needs by adding technology with the hope of making things like submitting claims and reading bills easier.

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