Color's future isn't just DNA tests


Today in healthcare news: Color’s betting big on population health as it goes beyond DNA tests, what changes to Obamacare and Biden’s stimulus mean for open enrollment, and the impact of the digital divide on vaccine rollout.


Color got its start during the consumer DNA testing boom. Now, the CEO of the $US1.5 ($2) billion startup tells us why he thinks genetics are just one aspect of how the upstart will overhaul healthcare.

Read the full story from Patricia Kelly Yeo here>>

NavigatorMarvin Joseph/The Washington Post via Getty ImagesPrince George’s County resident John Hawkins (left) sits with navigator Alima Malungila to help him enroll in the Maryland Health Connection held at Laurel High School in Laurel, Maryland on October 05, 2013.

Open enrollment just started and changes to Obamacare in Biden’s stimulus could mean cheap or free health insurance for millions of people

Read the full story from Kimberly Leonard here>>

Sayre picture 4 (1)Courtesy of Sayre Mobile ClinicCofounders of the Sayre Mobile Clinic Jay Shah (left) and Santosh Nori (right) register community members experiencing homelessness for healthcare visits and educate them on COVID-19 safety and primary care.

Experts warned of the digital divide for years. Now it’s ‘life or death’ as people struggle to sign up for online COVID-19 vaccinations.

Read the full story from Natasha Dailey here>> 

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