Health-insurance startups like Oscar Health and Clover Health have raked in $1.3 billion in the past year. We took a look at their financials, which show how hard it is to get a foothold in the industry.
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Startups have attracted massive funding in the past few years to build new kinds of health-insurance plans — with the help of technology.

In the past year, four companies in particular — Oscar Health, Devoted Health, Bright Health, and Clover Health — brought in a combined $1.3 billion in funding.

Here's a look at how those company's fared in 2018, and what's ahead for them in 2019 and beyond.

For startups looking to disrupt the health-insurance industry, there's no shortage of funding to go...

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