IRVING, Texas -- The Dallas division of Kroger Co., Cincinnati, has installed interactive kiosks in its 64 stores with pharmacies to provide customers with information on health issues and over-the-counter medication. "They're a good tool to help stimulate patient interaction with the pharmacists," said Jim White, pharmacy merchandiser for the division. "The pharmacists like them." Kroger began installing the machines, which are produced by InfoTouch Health Kiosks, Dallas, March 1 and had ...
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