Supermarket pharmacy anxiously awaits the new administration’s first moves on health care reform, while eyeing issues of potential negative impact
Barack Obama's impending presidency and the heftier Democratic majorities in both houses of Congress create not only important new opportunities, but also potential challenges for supermarket pharmacy. The possible downside is the concern by some that the new administration will tilt toward tighter and more burdensome regulation of the industry, as well as higher taxes and labor policies, all of which could drive up costs for pharmacies and other businesses. But for retail pharmacy, those ...
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