BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Wal-Mart Stores is seeking to develop a platform to deliver primary care health care services through its network of over 4,000 stores, according to a report on Wednesday by National Public Radio. In October, Wal-Mart sent out a request for information to potential vendors interested in helping Wal-Mart develop an integrated and low cost healthcare network that would provide preventative and chronic care services. Wal-Mart stated in the RFI that it seeks partners who ...

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