ORLANDO, Fla. — As it proceeds with a rollout of in-store health clinics, Wal-Mart Stores, Bentonville, Ark., wants to do a better job of integrating the health centers with the rest of the store, said Alicia Ledlie, senior director of the company's professional services division. Specifically, the clinics could improve at patient education and counseling, she told the Healthcare Retail '07 Conference here. This might include referring patients to products sold in the supercenter that could ...

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