Primary care at CVS? The plan has critics

PREP TIME: A man waits to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at a CVS pharmacy store in Buffalo Grove, Ill., earlier this month. The Woonsocket-based chain has plans to put emphasis on primary care at some locations. 
/ AP PHOTO/NAM Y. HUH
PREP TIME: A man waits to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at a CVS pharmacy store in Buffalo Grove, Ill., earlier this month. The Woonsocket-based chain has plans to put emphasis on primary care at some locations. 
/ AP PHOTO/NAM Y. HUH
In a world of quick, ­convenient services such as Uber, Doordash and Amazon Prime that consumers have at their fingertips, CVS Health Corp. sees a massive opportunity to deliver primary health care services in a modern, frictionless fashion. Some Rhode Island doctors, however, are wary about what the Woonsocket-based pharmacy giant has in mind. CVS…

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