CVS To Bring HealthHUB’s to Tampa
Building on the success and customer response to CVS’ HealthHUB pilot in Houston, the company will open additional locations in Houston, Atlanta, Philadelphia, southern New Jersey and Tampa this year, and plans to have 1,500 HealthHUB locations operating by the end of 2021, according to a statement from CVS.
The company completed a six-month pilot program at three HealthHUB locations in Houston that offer a broader range of health care services, new product categories, digital and on-demand health tools, trusted advice and personalized care.
“We have a sense of urgency about the need to bring real change to health care,” said Kevin Hourican, executive vice president, CVS Health and President of CVS Pharmacy. “What’s clear to us is that it will take more than incremental steps to fix what is broken in the health care system. That’s why we’re excited about how the combination of CVS and Aetna can establish an innovative health care model that will create an entirely new consumer experience and help people on their path to better health.”
CVS acquired Aetna insurance in 2018.