ORLANDO, Fla. -- Wal-Mart Stores, Bentonville, Ark., is ready to move beyond the test phase with in-store medical clinics and roll them out more quickly, said Alicia Ledlie, senior director of Health Business Development for the retailer. Ledlie spoke at the Healthcare Retail ‘07 Conference here last week. However, while Wal-Mart supports in-store clinics as a way to provide one-stop shopping, Ledlie said they are not profit centers for the retailer. “We weren‘t been able to discern a ...

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