After years of taking its lumps from government, retail pharmacy — including supermarkets — is stepping up the fight for its interests
Supermarket pharmacy made great strides in 2007 in letting its voice be heard in Washington and in the states. Now, it plans to ramp up its efforts to fight important battles in 2008. Among the issues that are top-of-mind for pharmacists are Average Manufacturer Price (AMP), Medicaid reimbursements and behind-the-counter drug requirements. They are also watching new Flexible Savings Account debit card rules and efforts to move more pharmacy processes to electronic systems, including ...
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