April 24, 2015

During the 2015 Healthcare Summit hosted in Nashville, Tn, we were fortunate to sit down with panelist Harry Leider, M.D., Chief Medical Officer of Walgreens, to gain his insight on the impact of consumerism in healthcare.

During the interview, Harry touched on specifics related to how consumerism is impacting Walgreens and shed light on his vision for what the future holds for the evolution of a consumer centric healthcare system.

Check it out and let us know your thoughts!

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