Primary Care

Primary Care refers to health services that cover a range of prevention, wellness, and treatment for common illnesses. Primary care providers include doctors, nurses, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants. They often maintain long-term relationships with you and advise and treat you on a range of health related issues. They may also coordinate your care with specialists.

Having recently added two new health system partners and leveraged the Amazon Prime membership model, Amazon's One Medical is connecting with employers and the roughly one-third of consumers who do not have a primary care doctor.
AHA comments on provisions included in the Bipartisan Primary Care and Health Workforce Expansion Act.
Since January, CVS Health and CVS Health Ventures have been involved in three funding mega rounds and completed two huge acquisitions to bolster its hybrid care presence.
One Medical plans to build five new primary care offices in Connecticut, with work on the first two facilities already underway, according to a recent Hartford Business Journal (HBJ) report. More primary care offices also are planned in the state.
Amazon’s nearly $4 billion investment to advance its health care strategy by acquiring primary care provider One Medical has closed, ending questions about whether the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) would file a lawsuit to stop the sale.