A profile of Waymark, in Forbes.
'Almost any doctor treating low-income communities has come across a diabetic patient who bookends each month with an emergency room visit. At the beginning of the month, it’s a high blood sugar episode, and, at the end of the month, it’s a low blood sugar episode. “There's nothing biological about that,” explains Sanjay Basu, 41, a primary care doctor and cofounder of the healthtech startup Waymark. “It's because oftentimes people on Medicaid are food insecure.”'
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Published in Forbes on January 4, 2022, by Katie Jennings.