Friday, June 16, 2017

Apple’s ex-CEO John Sculley is on a mission: “The US healthcare system is totally fixable.”

Ten years as Apple’s CEO left John Sculley with an insatiable appetite for tackling big problems. Now, the septuagenarian tech icon is the head of RXAdvance, which he describes as “the most exciting company I’ve worked at since Apple.” Its goal is to reform the broken American healthcare industry, using technology. To understand RXAdvance, you must first understand the American healthcare industry, which is as dysfunctional as a system could possibly get. Americans pay more for healthcare than citizens of any other industrialized nation. They also get less for their money; there’s no inherent right to healthcare. And half of…

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