Marriage Between Health Care And Retail Lacks Synergy

By Andy Dow (April 3, 2020, 4:21 PM EDT) -- The retailization of health care has been a hot topic recently in health care and real estate industry circles alike. But what does this term really mean? From a health care perspective, it describes the evolution of the delivery of health care from a physician-centric model to a more consumer friendly, patient-centric model — much the way retail goods and services have long been delivered to customers.

This means providing health care services in a much more accessible, convenient and patient-friendly manner than in the past. Most people have experienced the traditional model of receiving health care where you would travel...

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