SAN FRANCISCO -- Supermarket pharmacies must do more than merely dispense prescriptions to survive in the coming decade. They also need to have innovative promotional and professional activities, cutting-edge technology, incentive programs, community outreach programs, and perhaps the capacity for mail-order, warehousing and repackaging as well. This was the message delivered by pharmacy executives from two large supermarket chains in a joint presentation at the FMI Supermarket Pharmacy ...
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