How the World’s Largest Company Jumped into Healthcare

Walmart, the world’s largest company by annual revenue, has embraced a new frontier in recent years: healthcare. What started as a low-cost retailer has expanded to become one of the largest chains in the world, with a reach encompassing groceries, automotive repair centers, pharmacy services and even healthcare delivery. But this did not happen overnight. In 2014, Walmart opened its first five primary care clinics in rural Texas and South Carolina markets, and the retail behemoth said it would open more of its own primary clinics before the end of that year and expand its care offerings within seven years. The company partnered with primary care chain QuadMed to staff its soon-to-open locations. That year was just the beginning of the company’s foray into healthcare.

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