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Amazon has plans to open its own health clinics for Seattle employees

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Amazon has plans to open its own health clinics for Seattle employeesAmazon is looking to build out clinics for its employees, people familiar with the matter say.The company is starting small with a pilot, but is looking to expand the effort early next year. Primary care is an area of focus for Atul Gawande, the new CEO of the Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and J.P. Mo
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