imagine.GO helped RediClinic (Rite Aid) launch one of the 1st national chains of convenient care clinics and developed employer and capitated-risk products.
RediClinic (Rite Aid) is a chain of convenient care clinics owned and operated by Rite Aid. Since 1989, RediClinic has provided high-quality, convenient and affordable healthcare in retail clinics nationwide.
imagine.GO developed and launched both a national direct-to-consumer screening and vaccination company along with one of the first national convenient care chains (located in H.E.B., Duane Reade, Wal-Mart, and Walgreens). This included developing the convenient care model to serve health consumers directly, as well as through their employers. Prior to the affordable care act, we also pioneered a capitated risk product for companies that did not offer insurance products for their employees but wanted to help ease their costs of care.
“imagine.GO is a pioneer in the healthcare industry. Their approach to strategy and product development is extremely insightful, as well as bringing a fresh approach to the industry. They seem to be able to consistently identify that next “innovation”. Kevin and his team are great at identifying real customer value and driving to a solution that can serve their need – as well as give a positive return on investment. Few people are able to take an idea and bring it to life and to profitability. Kevin has this gift in spades.” Erica Standfield-McLeod – VP Operations at RediClinic