Walmart, the retailing behemoth with nearly 3,500 stores in the U.S., is angling to get into the even more mammoth health care business.
NPR and Kaiser Health News obtained a 14 page document, a "Request for Information," which indicates Walmart is looking for partners in "becoming the largest provider of primary healthcare services in the nation."
But, this afternoon, a Walmart executive said that the document had been "overwritten."
You can listen to NPR's story, as reported by KQED's Sarah Varney, here.
Or you can read the Kaiser Health News story here.