WASHINGTON — About 75 executives representing retail pharmacies — including those in supermarkets — converged on Congress late last month to press their concerns over Medicaid access issues. Fifty of the pharmacy representatives are members of the Food Marketing Institute, Arlington, Va., which organized the two-day “fly-in” along with the National Association of Chain Drug Stores and the National Community Pharmacists Association, both in Alexandria, Va. They held over 150 meetings with ...
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