Walmart To Test Worker Programs To Cut Healthcare Costs

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Walmart is going to test several healthcare pilot programs to see if it can lower the cost of providing health insurance to workers.

Starting January 1st some Walmart employees in Arkansas, Florida and Texas will be connected with local doctors so workers don't have to rely on word of mouth or social media to find a doctor.

Stores in North and South Carolina will test a concierge service to address billing, fix appointments, understand a diagnosis, and find a provider.

Walmart employees in Colorado, Minnesota, and Wisconsin will be able to video chat with a doctor from home for four dollars per chat.

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