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Joshua Tirado, senior group manager of Target clinics at the Target Corporation, discusses how Target's retail clinics evolved in the last few years.
Joshua Tirado, senior group manager of Target clinics at the Target Corporation, on what role technology and workforce development has played in Target's delivery of high-quality care.
Joshua Tirado, senior group manager of Target clinics at the Target Corporation, discusses how Target's retail clinicians are increasing patient access to health care.
Joshua Tirado, senior group manager of Target clinics at the Target Corporation, on the innovative programs that Target's retail clinics use to increase patient access to health care.
Joshua Tirado, senior group manager of Target clinics at the Target Corporation, on what existing data programs and technologies best support Target's retail clinicians.
Joshua Tirado, senior group manager of Target clinics at the Target Corporation, on what innovations are on the horizon that will support Target's retail clinicians.
Angela Patterson, chief nurse practitioner of MinuteClinic, discusses how the CVS/IBM partnership will affect health technology for retail clinicians.
Angela Patterson, chief nurse practitioner of MinuteClinic, discusses how MinuteClinic has evolved in the last few years.

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