Drugstore chains (WAG, CVS, RAD) continue to push further into healthcare to make up for lagging...
Drugstore chains (WAG, CVS, RAD) continue to push further into healthcare to make up for lagging prescription drug sales. The latest development is an initiative by Rite Aid to open 58 stores which have in-store clinics where customers can interact with a doctor using a Web cam. Customers in Baltimore, Boston, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh can pay $45 for a 10-minute consult with a doctor via a PC.
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