By Sarah C. Threnhauser

Its become abundantly clear over the past few years that transportation network companies, like Uber and Lyft, are reshaping our workforce and economy – putting taxi services out of business; turning employees into “microentrepreneurs” (see The Gig Economy – Welcome To The World Of Microentrepreneurs); and now, potentially shaping how we purchase cars (see There is Evidence that Uber is Destroying the Demand for Cars). But the most fascinating market development we've seen recently are forays by Uber and Lyft into the health care market. Social determinants of health — such as poverty, lack of education, racism, discrimination, environment, and…
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