Supermarkets are becoming home base for coordinated care as hospitals and physician groups team with in-store clinics to reduce costs and improve health outcomes. Take, for instance, care offered at The Little Clinics within 18 Cincinnati- and Dayton-area Kroger stores, as part of a new partnership with the affiliated health systems of the University of Cincinnati (UC Health). “This collaboration allows patients greater access to health care close to home and work,” explained Dr. ...

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