Sean Sloven­s­ki is the Wal­mart pres­i­dent for U.S. health and well­ness, a $36 bil­lion divi­sion that already fills over 400 mil­lion pre­scrip­tions and oper­ates 3,000 vision cen­ters.  Wal­mart was the first phar­ma­cy to offer pre­scrip­tions for as lit­tle as $4, and then began cut­ting its own health care costs with part­ner­ships like the Cleve­land Clin­ic and offer­ing free health screen­ings.  Now they have opened large health cen­ters in the Atlanta area, with flat fees promi­nent­ly dis­played, for den­tal, med­ical and eye care, X‑rays, hear­ing checks and some diag­nos­tic test­ing.  “We have tak­en advan­tage of every lever we can to bring the price of doing all of this down more than any hos­pi­tal or group prac­tice could human­ly do…our goals, just like in the stores, is to get the prices as low as we can.”  Wal­mart says their mod­el low­ers the cost of deliv­er­ing ser­vice by about 40%.