Allegheny Health Network (AHN) has revealed it will be taking its health care delivery model to the next level.
The network plans to begin selling its food delivery service to grocery stores, restaurants, and other food delivery companies.
“The real goal is to offer a level of choice and control that’s missing from the current food delivery model,” AHN CEO David O’Connor told the Financial Times.
“We’re taking the delivery model, making it a real option for consumers.”
The new model is not unlike a traditional food delivery business.
Customers select what type of food they want to receive from the delivery service and pay through a debit card.
Customers can choose from a variety of items to choose from, and delivery drivers can select the best items from a list.
This way, customers can have the most delicious meals for less money.
The company also offers a “special delivery” option for large groups of people.
When the order comes in, a person with the card is called in to pick up the food at a designated location, which is typically an alleyway or corner of the street.
It’s a convenience that allows for smaller groups to take advantage of the service.
The service also has a network of local restaurants, as well as a dedicated “gourmet delivery” section for the restaurants that serve the delivery.
It also plans to expand into other areas of the food delivery industry.
“This is an exciting opportunity to take delivery to a whole new level, and to offer consumers a choice that they can count on,” O’ Connor said.
The first delivery was a hit with the public.
In addition to the food that AHN will deliver, it will also offer a variety to other retailers.
For example, if a customer wants a pizza, they can pick up a pizza delivery, as long as the pizza is on the menu.
AHN also plans on partnering with other grocery stores and restaurants to serve a wide variety of food.
The new food delivery option is one of several AHN is planning to expand.
In the near future, it plans to launch its own grocery delivery service in Pennsylvania.
This will offer a more upscale menu, as it will cater to a wider demographic.
“A lot of what we’ve learned about customer preferences, the people that are hungry, how they want a healthy diet, how we deliver that to them is that people want different foods,” O.C. said.
“It’s about delivering what they want and making it easier to pick what they need.”