Healthcare IT News March 15, 2021
Kat Jercich

Sources told Insider that the company plans to make its app-based Amazon Care services available to employees throughout the country.

Amazon’s app-based healthcare service for employees, Amazon Care, will soon launch throughout the country, Insider reported this past Friday.

Although it is currently only available to the tech giant’s Washington-based employees, sources told the outlet that Amazon Care is gearing up to offer the service for the rest of its U.S. workers.  

It will also invite employers to use the service as well, said Insider. Amazon Care declined Healthcare IT News’ requests for comment. 


Currently, the Amazon Care app connects Washington-based employees to providers for a wide range of primary and urgent care services. Those...

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