HealthLeaders Media May 30, 2024
Eric Wicklund

The nation’s largest retailer by number of stores is ending a partnership launched in 2022 with DocGo, the latest disruptor to see its DTC healthcare plans go sour


– Dollar General and DocGo have reportedly mutually agreed to end their partnership.

– Dollar General joins Walmart, Walgreens, and CVS in scaling back or ending direct-to-consumer primary care programs.

Another healthcare disruptor is abandoning its mobile health plans.

Dollar General, the nation’s largest retailer by number of locations, and digital health provider DocGo have reportedly ended their partnership, ending a two-year-old program that sought to place mobile clinics in select Dolar General stores across the country.

The two joined forces in the fall of 2022 to target persistent health...

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Topics: Primary care, Provider, Retail care, Retailer
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