Medical clinics, screenings and traveling health and wellness buses aside, some retailers are expanding their offerings further. “Everything we see suggests that we're on the cusp of a lot more patient counseling by pharmacists,” said Bill Bishop, chairman of consulting firm Willard Bishop, Barrington, Ill. “The big news here is that the pharmacists will be paid for this counseling by Medicare or other sources.” The medication therapy management concept will likely be a big revenue ...

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