BOSTON -- An article in the New England Journal of Medicine published yesterday said in-store health clinics were modeled after fast-food restaurants, and may ultimately complement existing sources of medical care. “The Rise of In-Store Clinics -- Threat or Opportunity?” by Richard Bohmer of Harvard Business School, described the evolution and operation of the clinics and addressed concerns expressed by physicians about the quality of care they provide, as well as the impact on their ...

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