via Tampa Bay Times Walmart’s pilot system uses doctors’ histories to determine whether they’ll be inside their network. Some local doctors are about to face a new bit scrutiny in 2020: Are they Walmart approved? The world’s biggest retailer is testing a hands-on pilot program in the Tampa...

via Healthcare Dive Dive Brief: Walmart is launching a program that connects employees with high-quality local doctors across a range of specialties, the company said Thursday. Patients will have to pay more if they choose to see a provider not on the recommended list. The initiative,...

via Forbes.com Walmart is rolling out an effort to measure the quality of community doctors who treat tens of thousands of its employees in the retailer’s latest effort to make sure its workers get the right care, in the right place and at the right time. Because...

via New York Times NEW YORK — Walmart is rolling out a health care pilot program for its employees that will come up with a curated list of high quality providers but offer fewer choices than under the current plan. Through the program, Walmart will help employees...

via The Wall Street Journal By Melanie Evans | April 4, 2019 9:00 a.m. ET “The Bentonville, Ark.-based company also is working with startup Embold Health, founded by former Walmart executive Daniel Stein, to identify top-performing doctors in local communities.” Read the full article »...