Walgreens introduces digital health platform

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DEERFIELD, Ill. — Walgreens is rolling out Find Care Now, a digital platform and marketplace designed to connect the company’s millions of mobile and online visitors to health care services at Walgreens stores and to a growing selection of recognized providers in the community.

The retailer is working with a current list of 17 participating providers as part of the effort, which aims to further enhance Walgreens omnichannel role as a convenient and trusted neighborhood health care destination.

Find Care Now makes it easier for customers to navigate and search for local and digital health care services, with offerings in certain markets as varied as neighborhood health care clinics, urgent care, telehealth, lab testing, physician second opinions, and even physician house calls and optical and hearing services in selected markets.

“People expect accessible quality care that fits their busy lives, and this is another way in which we’re continually evolving our business to bring health care services closer to our patients,” said Richard Ashworth, president of operations at Walgreens.



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