Managed Healthcare Executive September 22, 2020
Susan Ladika

CVS Health, Walgreens and Walmart are pushing ahead with ambitious plans for in-store clinics and doctor’s offices.

With COVID-19 still leaving many Americans wary of going to the doctor’s office for in-person care, large drugstore chains and retailers are seeing an opportunity for new patients for their in-store health clinics. The clinics are “a one-stop shop” where patients can see a healthcare provider, get help managing chronic conditions, pick up medications and have laboratory tests done, says Kulleni Gebreyes, a principal and physician leader at Deloitte. She says retail clinics haven’t seen a drop in patient volumes since the outbreak began in mid-March. Physician groups, including the American Academy of Family Physicians and the American College of Physicians, have put...

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