After a lot of investment, Walmart announced at the end of April it would close its health centers and virtual care service. The company said in a statement that "there is not a sustainable business model for us to continue."

The companies had what seemed like a good basis for expanding, not contracting — resources, pharmacies, retail presence in many places, and a lot of historical data on patient conditions and what people might want.

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