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Imran Cronk

Imran Cronk

Imran is a contributing writer for HealthCare.com and has covered healthcare topics for The Atlantic, the Wharton Public Policy Initiative, and the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics. He is a research assistant at the University of Pennsylvania examining health economics, with a focus on health policy research and quality/safety improvement.

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What to Do If Your Health Insurance Company is Hacked

Updated: August 10, 2018

With each passing week, it seems, news hits of another major hack on a health …

New Healthcare Startups Bring Drugs and Doctors to Your Door

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What Are Narrow Networks and Do They Matter for Your Health Insurance?

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Updated: March 21, 2017

Since the dawn of modern medicine, patients have needed the doctor’s permission and expensive technology …

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Updated: March 21, 2017

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How Telemedicine Will Revolutionize Healthcare

Updated: March 21, 2017

Recall, for a moment, your last trip to the doctor’s office or hospital. How long …

How Startup Oscar is Leading the Charge Toward Consumer-Friendly Health Insurance

Updated: March 21, 2017

Founded in the summer of 2013 just before the launch of the Obamacare insurance exchanges, …