At our recent Urban Tech Summit, we brought in Dan Doctoroff, CEO of Sidewalk Labs, for a special keynote presentation. During his talk, he touched on the problematic health disparity in lower socio-economic urban communities and the need for preventive medicine and other resources in these areas. To achieve that goal, Sidewalk Labs launched Cityblock Health, which will provide Medicaid and lower-income Medicare beneficiaries access to high-value, readily available personalized health services by applying leading-edge care models that fully integrate primary care, behavioral health, and social services. Cityblock will also use custom-built technology to enhance strong relationships between members and care teams, while simultaneously empowering and incentivizing the health system to do better. Read More on Medium and in MobiHealth News

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