With readers pointing towards incumbent’s domain expertise with broad member base, leading to outweigh Amazon’s innovative nature. The first week of Focus on Innovation in September presented Media readers to big partnerships which are currently coming together pertaining to have the greatest impact on healthcare, says HIMSS Specifically when the choice is between Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase vs. CVS Health and Aetna vs. Amazon. With the final option stating too soon to tell which was about 20.2 per cent of the 213 anonymous respondents that were filtered and then chosen.
The CVS Health’s $69 billion acquisition of Aetna is predictable to end this year’s end, consisting media outlets reports of last week showing that a judge may approve the deal in the next few weeks.
Other respondents reply that CVS Health and Aetna are considering having more domain expertise compared to Amazon, Berkshire and JPMorgan and with Aetna’s 22 million members being broader than the 1 million employees of Amazon and its partners intend to serve better comparatively.
The inexplicable nature of the company is one of the main reasons the reason behind readers to pick Amazon for having the potential to be the second biggest disruptor at 26.3. Apart from all this, there could also be a possibility to interpret that nearly half of readers expect Amazon, in one way or another as the biggest disrupter to healthcare.
A reader also noted that Amazon has been prepping for healthcare entry from long a time and is by far the most disruptive amongst the trio. To which the company’s acknowledged and replied that, Amazon is single-minded and visionary focuses on the customer itself.