CVS and Aetna announced the deal in December 2017 and received preliminary approval from the Department of Justice in October. Consumers won’t immediately see any differences in their local stores. CVS plans to start testing stores at new locations that will likely focus on managing common chronic conditions, adding more primary health services at CVS MinuteClinics. A new data-driven health-care model that’s more personal, convenient and tailored to individual patients than ever before.

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