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CVS outpaced analyst expectations for 2021 under the leadership of Karen Lynch, who came aboard as CEO in February. The company reported $292 billion in revenue for the fiscal year that ended in December 2021—an 8.7% increase year over year. In a quest to revolutionize America’s access to health care, Lynch initiated a plan to transform hundreds of CVS stores into super-clinics that provide primary care—creating what will become the nation’s biggest network of urgent care and primary care outlets. CVS also played a major role in fighting COVID-19, administering over 50 million vaccines and 29 million tests through December 2021. In the fight to retain talent, CVS has announced a minimum wage increase to $15 an hour, effective July 2022.
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