MedCity News September 22, 2020
Slovenski, who helped create the idea for Walmart’s health centers, left the company in August to join testing startup BioIQ. He shares how he built Walmart’s new health strategy from the ground up and what’s next at his new role.
When Sean Slovenski joined Walmart three years ago, it was no small task. His job would be to develop a new healthcare strategy for the retail giant. The idea was to roll out several “health centers,” clinics that feature primary care, dental, counseling and other preventative services at a low cost.
Now, Walmart Health is on track to have 15 open by the end of the year, and will pick up the pace next year, with a big expansion planned...