Becker's Healthcare September 7, 2021
Alia Paavola

Amazon has plans to bring in-person healthcare to 20 major cities by the end of 2022, Insider reported Sept. 7.

Amazon Care, the e-commerce giant’s healthcare venture that offers telemedicine and in-person primary care, launched as a pilot program in 2019. It initially only was available to Amazon’s Seattle employees and their dependents, but Amazon later expanded it to all employees in Washington state and announced plans in March to expand to other employers across the country. However, the in-person component of the venture was limited to Washington state, Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, according to the report. 

Now, Amazon is looking to bring both telehealth and in-person care to Philadelphia, Chicago, Dallas and Boston in 2021, people familiar with the deal told Insider.

Additionally, the company...

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