Disruption Health-insurance market is not tolerated.

Interesting to see how ‘traditional’ players react on attempts to change the paradigm. I must say the reflection of Jamie Dimon is the best.

J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon has been on the receiving end of some testy phone calls recently.

After he and fellow billionaires Amazon‘s Jeff Bezos and Berkshire Hathway’s Warren Buffett announced the formation of a joint venture in January to reduce medical costs for their three companies’ 1.5 million insured employees, several healthcare-related providers reached out to Dimon personally, he said Friday during a New York conference.

“Quite a bit of them were pissed off, which kind of pissed me off,” Dimon, 62, said. “They’re going to tell me I can’t do a better job for my employees? Isn’t that what they’re supposed to help me do anyway? That’s all we’re trying to do, is do a better job for the health of our employees.”

read on via : CNBC