Walmart tests the waters for digital healthcare

The world’s biggest chain retailer apparently isn’t ready to cede digital healthcare to the globe’s biggest online retailer Amazon.com and any other big drugstore chains just yet. Walmart Inc., which operates more than 11,200 stores in 27 countries and ecommerce sites in 10 countries, is slowly expanding its rollout of more healthcare walk-in clinics in a small number of stores. But for the first time, Walmart, which has 4,756 stores in the U.S. is adding on a digital healthcare site WalmartHealth.com that gives consumers web tools to book medical appointments to see a physician, a dentist, a mental health expert or an eye doctor in addition to scheduling hearing tests and immunizations.

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