Study gives high marks to retail clinics
Walk-in medical clinics run by retailers provide care for routine illnesses that is as good as, and costs less than, similar care offered in doctors' offices, hospital emergency rooms, and urgent care centers, according to a Rand Corp. study. The cost savings over emergency rooms, in particular, was quite dramatic, the study found.
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