Future of Global Retail Healthcare Delivery Markets, Forecast to 2022

Escalating Demand for Low-cost Alternatives to Create Market Size of Nearly $4 Billion
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Published: 5 May 2016

Retail healthcare entails primary care services for minor illnesses provided through clinics located in retail environments, such as a pharmacies, grocery chains, supermarkets, or departmental stores. These retail care clinics, also called convenient care clinics, walk-in clinics, or in-store clinics, are often open beyond regular operating hours on weekdays and also on weekends and holidays. Clinical support is provided by a range of clinician types, including physicians, but most often by a physician's assistant or a nurse practitioner. Advantages include convenience and cost, along with lucrative opportunities to capture new revenue streams to propel the significant expansion of the footprint of retail care clinics across the globe.

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