Upbeat diagnosis for clinics
Boston Globe, January 22, 2008
With CVS planning to open dozens of medical clinics in Massachusetts, critics have warned of inferior care driven by profit. Some have predicted that patients would sacrifice an ongoing relationship with a doctor because of the clinics. Increasing evidence presented by independent researchers, insurers, and regulators in other states have painted a far more positive portrait, however.
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