CVS will expand in-store healthcare services

June 11, 2019

CVS plans to launch a fleet of 1,500 "HealthHUBs" in its stores by the end of 2021, according to an article on the Modern Healthcare website.

CVS tested the concept at three locations in Houston this year and plan to expand it to 50 locations in additional markets by year-end. 

CVS' roughly 1,100 MinuteClinic sites currently focus on services like colds and immunizations.

The HealthHUB model will cater more to everyday needs, with a special focus on chronic disease management, offering services like blood draws and sleep apnea assessments.

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