Publicly traded companies would be allowed to own and operate retail clinics in New York, according to the Senate's one-house budget, which is similar to what Gov. Andrew Cuomo proposed in his executive budget.
Retail clinics are the kind operated inside an existing business such as Walmart or Price Chopper.
The state health commissioner would have the power to regulate these retail clinics, including the authority to determine what services may be provided. . . . more