The retailer's health strategy has struggled. Is this next iteration going to be bolder?
Trying to get these big businesses to play in the traditional health care market is hard. It's a whole different mindset, and I get it, the growth opportunities are huge and allure is mighty. I would be far more interested if Walmart decided to create "health plans" focused on food, nutrition, or the food as medicine movement. Imagine if Walmart could show that people who were on the $500 dollar a month food budget plan, with personalized curation, was able to decrease BMI, weigth, etc. Seems like a more natural way to expand if you ask me.