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Walmart Wants to Provide 'Everyday Low Prices' for Health Care

Walmart Wants to Provide 'Everyday Low Prices' for Health Care The retail giant is one of the latest stores to jump into the health care arena after signing a deal with Anthem, one of the nation's largest insurers. Greg Foran, CEO of Walmart US, via CNN Walmart is already one of the nation's leading pharmacies. Expanding its health care services for its 140 million weekly customers could provide a big advantage over competitors. Experts predict that the retailer could offer services such as basic medical care, primary care, nutrition and weight counseling and chronic disease management. Walmart is targeting Medicare and Medicaid markets specifically, since many of its existing customers are senior citizens and lower-income Americans. Many of the store's locations across the country are in rural areas where there are few other health care options. John Matthews, national strategy leader at KPMG, via CNN

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