CINCINNATI — Kroger Co. and the University of Cincinnati plan to collaborate on a three-year research project to study the impact of Kroger’s pharmacy clinical service programs on the health of patients’ lives, according to a report Thursday in the Cincinnati Business Courier.
Kroger is funding the project with a $600,000 grant, the report said. The research will consist of quarterly data analysis of Kroger’s patient-centered programs, including health screenings, smoking cessation, ...
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