Becker's Healthcare September 16, 2021
Hannah Mitchell

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, retail giants have moved rapidly to establish a foothold in the telehealth boom.

Below are five updates Becker’s Hospital Review has reported on:

  1. Amazon Care is bringing both telehealth and in-person care to Philadelphia, Chicago, Dallas and Boston in 2021. Amazon plans to operate in-person healthcare in 20 major cities by the end of 2022.
  2. In an effort to expand coverage of its services, Amazon Care approached several big health insurers, including Aetna, Premera Blue Cross and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts.
  3. Walmart Health began shuffling its leadership amid...

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