Oksner and Walmart Health Center to start a new health care system

Oksner and Walmart Health Center to start a new health care system

The Oksner Health Center of Louisiana will provide a new healthcare system to close Walmart and Sam's partnerships in New Orleans, North Shore and Baton Rouge areas, the companies announced Tuesday.

Since January 1, Oksner's plan will take up to 6,600 Walmart and Sam's Club partners who will benefit more than 200 health professionals and 1,300. The health center is the Ochsner Health System in the hospital.

"Walmart partners now have a plan that will facilitate professionals, care and care and provide opportunities for thousands of producers elsewhere," said Dr. David Carmouche, chairman of the Oksner Health Network, in a statement.

More health plans are directly contracting with major professionals while they are looking to treat patients with high-quality, low-cost and higher-risk communications. Of course, these plans help to address the importance of caring for and addressing emergencies.

Some have discovered that they can be used every day when they make insurers cut off. But they can still access databases that limit their ability to wait and manage their finances.

Ochsner's monitoring and supervision framework can provide joint venture through the 24st Century Center and law enforcement agencies. Many network providers use or access Epic, Ochsner's electronic surveillance record, which will authorize online supervisors, the group said.

The Oksner Medical Center, launched in June 2015, includes five health care facilities and hospitals. The partners include the Ochsner Health Center, St. The Parish, Lafayette General Health, the health of Christus Louisiana, Terrebonne General Medical Center and the Hospital Hospital Slidell Hospital.

In addition, Ochsner hospitals and clinics, Walmart and Ochsner's Sam's staff can take care of them at the St. The purpose of the hospital and the hospital of the Slidell hospital and the joint venture of the hospital.