iPhones, iPads, and iClinics? Apple's Foray Into Healthcare

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Apple has been trying for years to reinvent the healthcare system. In 2016, the company started operating its own health clinics for employees as a testing ground. But, WSJ’s Rolfe Winkler explains, Apple’s had a hard time accomplishing its ambitions.


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