And no sooner do a lot of other major companies get involved in a business they do not understand other than they want to control it, Alphabet, the sister company of Google, has invested enough to own 10% of Oscar, a tech darling that seeks to disrupt the delivery of health care and health insurance through tech.  As one consultant said, “(they) are looking to upend traditional modes of business in the healthcare arena by leveraging their experience in analyzing the vast amounts of data available to them.”  Further, he stated that “they’re attempting to break the cost curve, not just bend it.  They’re reconfiguring the value chain so that the value flows more between the provider and the patient or customer, which is similar to what you get in other industries.”  Which is great, until they realize that health care is not like other industries, but it’s always a good idea to try…