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In this week’s episode, we talk with Jonathan Rende, the new chief research officer for Castlight Health.
Rende oversees his company’s new products and brings perspective from a long career in enterprise IT. In this podcast, VentureBeat reporter Mark Sullivan and I talk with him about how Castlight’s data-gathering and analytics tools are helping its clients (companies) offer their employees more insight into the health care options available to them. That, in turn, can help bring more transparency to the market for health care — a market that has been pretty much the opposite of transparent for decades.
Plus, we tell you what to think about:
- Rumors of a second-generation Apple Watch,
- Children’s toys getting hacked, and
- The ongoing debate over ad blocking, now in Firefox for iOS9.
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