At a time of diminishing profits, in-store pharmacies are enhancing their revenue by targeting pets, an especially attractive “family member” since nearly all  — more than 99% — are uninsured, so the terms set by PBMs don’t apply. “This is an avenue for pharmacists to explore since it’s a cash business,” said James. “It brings us back to the revenue stream that existed when people bought their prescription with cash money and ...

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