Instacart is on a roll in healthcare. One year after launching its health division, Instacart Health, the grocery delivery company has launched major initiatives alongside health systems and payers — and it has no plans to slow down. “Our goal is to be infrastructure for everyone. By applying what we’ve done in the retail industry, we can help healthcare do the same,” Sarah Mastrorocco, vice president and general manager at Instacart Health, told Becker’s. “Let us be your technology innovation partner to help you scale programs or to just bring awareness to people so they can make healthier choices.” Instacart said its service area reaches 95% of the U.S. population through a network of more than 80,000 stores and 1,400 retail partners.
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