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Ralphs and Vons pharmacies have partnered with UnitedHealthcare and the YMCA to help Los Angeles County employees and their families prevent and manage diabetes.
Forty-three U.S. representatives are questioning Medicare's decision to prohibit community pharmacies from providing same-day home delivery of diabetes testing supplies to homebound seniors.
The Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board (PCAB) has approved a policy of unannounced surveys of pharmacies up for renewal and on an interim basis.
Bartell Drugs has bought two pharmacies from The Everett Clinic, a physician group practice based in Everett, Wash.
RxAlly has published a white paper that delineates an individualized, health care delivery model for pharmacists.
Loblaw Cos. has introduced a blood pressure monitoring program at its supermarket pharmacies.
Seniors in Medicare Part D drug benefit plans with preferred pharmacy networks are satisfied with them, according to a survey released by Pharmaceutical Care Management Association (PCMA).
Kerr Drug has introduced Simplify My Meds, a synchronized prescription refill service.
Despite upcoming Medicare changes, CVS/pharmacy will continue to accept Part B coverage for diabetes supplies.
Bruce Bodaken, former chairman and chief executive officer of Blue Shield of California, has been elected to the Rite Aid Corp. board of directors.
Three years before the Affordable Care Act was enacted in 2010, CVS Caremark Corp. began to position itself to respond to the changes that are currently transforming the health care system. The merger that brought together the nation’s second-largest drug chain and No. 3 pharmacy benefits manager (which has since become No. 2) promised to extend the continuum of care and, in so doing, improve patient access, enhance outcomes and lower the cost of health care. After some early missteps, CVS Caremark has hit its stride and is making that vision a reality.