Retail News Breaks Archives
A survey by CVS Caremark Corp. found that 78% of consumers eligible for new health care coverage under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act have never heard of the state health insurance exchanges where they will have to shop for coverage starting in 2014.
Five pharmacy trade groups have written to Congress to voice their opposition to an amendment to the Food and Drug Administration Safety Innovation Act, saying it could delay patients timely relief from chronic pain and hike drug costs.
Fresh research by Walgreen Co. and CVS Caremark Corp. reveals that a more personal, precise approach to improving medication adherence is more successful.
The American Pharmacists Association (APhA) has taken its website offline after it was attacked and defaced.
Next month Sam's Club pharmacies will offer free health checks for men in recognition of Men's Health Month in June.
Take Care Health Systems has added new diagnostic tests and administrative physicals to its menu of primary health care services.
The National Association of Chain Drug Stores, National Community Pharmacists Association and American Pharmacists Association (APhA), have made recommendations to the Food and Drug Administration aimed at facilitating the entry of lower-cost products into the biologic and specialty pharmaceutical markets.
Smartphones are the new thing in efficient, on-the-go and interactive pharmacy patient services. But what technology piece is missing in too many chain pharmacies today?
The board of trustees of the California Pharmacists Association (CPhA) has voted to endorse the California Cancer Research Act.
In response to new state regulations, Rite Aid has broadened the range of vaccines it provides in West Virginia.
Next month, Rite Aid Corp. president and chief executive officer John Standley will be adding the title of chairman.
Food and drug retailer Haggen Inc. has hired Guy DiPasqua as vice president of pharmacy.