SEATTLE -- Phase II of Merck-Medco's plan for its Coordinated Care Network was unveiled here at the 141st annual meeting of the American Pharmaceutical Association to mixed reviews. The plan, which began this month, will pay pharmacists to perform certain services. Supermarket pharmacists expressed reservations about Coordinated Care, which has received the endorsement of APhA. One supermarket pharmacy director who attended the APhA convention said his company has joined the network but he ...

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