MedCity News July 21, 2022
Katie Adams

Amazon made its next move into healthcare, announcing an agreement to acquire primary care provider One Medical in a deal valued at about $3.9 billion. The deal allows the company to integrate its bread and butter — technology enablement, convenience and low costs — into primary care to increase access for patients across the country.

On Thursday, retail and tech giant Amazon made its next move into healthcare, announcing an agreement to acquire primary care provider One Medical in a deal valued at about $3.9 billion. Experts say the deal will help Amazon diversify its healthcare division, signaling that the company has entered the sector for the long haul. But they believe it still is not a real threat to...

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Topics: Mergers & Acquisitions / JV, Primary care, Provider, Retailer, Trends
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