The Federal Trade Commission is investigating Amazon's $3.9 billion acquisition of main health company One Medical,
a move which could hinder the conclusion of the deal. The two companies One Medical and Amazon received
an inquiry for more details on Friday in relation to the FTC review on the merger, as per the filing with the securities regulators
of One Medical's parent company, 1Life Healthcare Inc., a San Francisco-based company. 1Life Healthcare Inc.
Amazon announced plans in July of last year to acquire One Medical, a concierge-type medical service that has 190 medical centers across 25 cities.
The company announced it would shut down its own hybrid in-home health care service, called Amazon Care, a One Medical rival,
because it was not meeting the requirements of customers. The One Medical deal, the first announced by the CEO Andy Jassy,
was another move into health care for Amazon after it acquired PillPack, the PillPack online pharmacy PillPack for $750 million in 2018.