Black Friday and the Physician Micro-Economy

Is it Good for Retailers … but Bad for Doctors and Consumers!

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If Black Friday 2019 is anything like 2010, retailers are going to be swimming in cash while shoppers bathe in savings. Black Friday deals drew 212 million shoppers to stores in 2010 and collectively spent $39 billion on products and services.

And, the average amount spent by a Black Friday shopper in 2010 was a whopping $365.34.

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Assessment

We predict Black Friday 2019 sales will almost surpass all records with a slight increase over 2010 because of fewer shopping days.

But, is Black Friday good for the [healthcare] economics sector? Do patients go shopping rather than to the doctor?

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