By Camille Mojica Rey, Contributing Writer
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It is becoming increasingly clear that the healthcare system in the United States, as it exists today, is unsustainable. The majority of consumers, payers, policymakers, pharma and medtech manufacturers, and providers have expressed a desire to reduce runaway inflation in the marketplace, address health disparities, and improve the efficiency and value of healthcare delivery. But how can a system so complex and seemingly so resistant to change actually do just that: change?