Pharmacies are setting up pharmaceutical care centers

We're just back from the big APhA meeting...with lots of news.

Pharmacies are setting up pharmaceutical care centers...and getting paid for services.

Even many big ones, Rite Aid, Albertson's, Kerr, CVS, Dominick's, Safeway, Walgreens, and others, have programs. Special centers staffed with well-trained pharmacists who meet patients by appointment...to fine tune therapy...prevent problems...improve patient understanding...etc.

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