ABSECON, N.J. -- "Whose job is it to show the economic viability of pharmacy?" Is it pharmacy's alone? Or should the pharmaceutical industry play a part? These questions were raised by two speakers at the 15th annual Northeast Pharmaceutical Conference held March 3 and 4 here, and attended by pharmacists from various practice settings, state association executives, third-party plan representatives and pharmaceutical company executives. "Pharmacists can assist pharmaceutical manufacturers ...

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