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Why Lionel Richie and other famous investors are betting on this Uber for health care

clearport

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What about the disgruntled doctor who might be working 17/hrs due to heavy saturation of doctors on the platform and accidentally prescribes the wrong medicine to your child. I could see it already. You want a specialist, your gonna have to pay the premium and order through the SELECT profile.
 

Karl Marx

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What about the disgruntled doctor who might be working 17/hrs due to heavy saturation of doctors on the platform and accidentally prescribes the wrong medicine to your child. I could see it already. You want a specialist, your gonna have to pay the premium and order through the SELECT profile.
You have been driving too long for Uber platform. What about Uber Hooker?

Looks like the Brits will be the quickest in regulating the gig economy. The social welfare costs are skyrocketing and self employed are not contributing.

https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/feb/22/amazon-deliveroo-uber-hermes-still-viable-no-gig-economy-workers
 
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Deoxlar

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What about the disgruntled doctor who might be working 17/hrs due to heavy saturation of doctors on the platform and accidentally prescribes the wrong medicine to your child. I could see it already. You want a specialist, your gonna have to pay the premium and order through the SELECT profile.
There won't be a heavy saturation of doctors. This isn't uber where all you need is your driver's license to work for them. Most doctors do not even need the extra income. These are for doctors who want extra income and have nothing better to do on their spare time.

The company wouldn't be treating their doctors like how uber treats its drivers because doctors are rare while drivers just need a heartbeat.
 
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