Mass extinction

Summerour, Jenny
November 2000
Progressive Grocer;Nov2000, Vol. 79 Issue 11, p85
Trade Publication
Focuses on the extinction of health-care supercenters in the United States as of November 2000. Findings of a study on public perceptions of alternative care, conducted by Landmark HealthCare Inc.; Advantage gained in the failure of super centers; Reasons for the failure of several health supercenters; Information on the success of health-care superstore Wellspace; Trend in marketing health-care products in supermarkets. INSET: Making connections.


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