Retail clinic news: Philadelphia residents now have access to a new CVS MinuteClinic location at 1500 Spruce St. in Center City; Walgreens is switching to Epic EHRs; and the number of retail health clinics is expected to continue growing.
Latest retail clinic news: CVS MinuteClinic announces app plans for 2016, the Walgreens-Rite Aid deal is getting a heavy look from federal regulators, and a great article from U.S. News and World Report about choosing health plans to match your drug prescription needs.
It seems like big-time mergers and acquisitions are everywhere these days. In the beer world, Anheuser-Busch (Budweiser, etc.) is buying SABMiller (Miller Lite, etc.). American Airlines and US Airways merging. And now, two major pharmacy chains will join forces to compete with CVS Health, leaving us two major choices in the drugstore world. What does the Walgreens-Rite Aid deal mean for us as consumers?
When you pick up your prescriptions or pain meds, do you visit a Target pharmacy? If so, you’ll soon see a different yet familiar company’s name above your pharmacist’s window: CVS.
We love to see this news! Walgreens’ Health Clinic, the nation’s second largest retail clinic chain, has partnered with physicians from Arizona Priority Care to help “improve patient care and quality outcomes.”
Here’s a very interesting story from the retail clinic world that speaks to the continued growth of these types of facilities in America. Walgreens, the country’s largest drugstore chain, is offering advanced nursing students from the Chamberlain College of Nursing in Illinois the opportunity to gain experience working in their Healthcare Clinic retail clinics across […]