FiLife, a joint venture of Dow Jones and Internet company IAC, is betting on a “less is more” approach to help solve the nation’s healthcare problems.
Last week, FiLife, which offers guidance on how to improve personal finances, invited “members of the Twitterverse” to send their best ideas on how to fix America’s healthcare system as part of the “Fix Healthcare” Twitter contest. Advice and ideas will be posted automatically to the users’ Twitter accounts, and five winners chosen on Sept. 16 will receive $100 for the best entries. The only rule is that all ideas and advice must be kept to just three words.
Outliers wonders how many entries will read: Pay for performance.