MIAMI - In spite of numerous problems with the implementation of the Medicare Part D prescription drug benefit, customers have been cooperative, understanding and even sympathetic to the staffs of in-store pharmacies, a retailer panel last week told the Supermarket Pharmacy Conference of the Food Marketing Institute, Washington. "Despite all the challenges, I think this has cast pharmacy in a very positive light," said John Beckner, director of pharmacy and health services, Ukrop's Super ...

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