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Door to doctor's office JPMorgan will be one of the first large corporate employers to partner with Vera, providing a real-world test for a paradigm shift.

JPMorgan Chase’s new health care unit is investing $50 million in Vera Whole Health. The start-up company, based in Seattle, is pioneering a new, subscription-type model for employee health care, CNBC reported.

Vera aims to improve outcomes for workers and reduce costs for companies by making primary care teams accountable for the health of employees. Companies pay a flat monthly fee per patient, and primary care doctors coordinate all of their users’ care. The so-called advanced care model requires Vera either to operate or partner with clinics that work in a fundamentally different way than the current system.

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