Despite the appeal of drive-through pharmacy, and supermarkets' growing commitment to it, physical challenges stand in the way of widespread adoption. How to retrofit windows or pneumatic tube systems into existing stores or add them to new ones -- at costs that allow for high return on investment -- are top of mind over operations or consumer issues, said pharmacy directors and other experts interviewed by SN. Consumers trust the integrity of prescription dispensing when it occurs through ...

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