In-store clinics may factor into the nation's future health care system, and supermarkets plan to be on board with low-cost services
Convenience, accessibility and low cost are at the heart of retail medical care clinics' success. These clinics that rapidly grew in supermarkets, drug stores and mass merchandisers within the last few years are positioned to play a critical role in the nation's future health care system if they can survive on a cost-efficient operating model. Health care consultants say these entities could use a boost by forming alliances within the medical community that has questioned the quality of ...
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