BOSTON — In terms of health policy, the pharmacy business must do a better job of communicating its story to Washington, said Steven Anderson, president and chief executive officer, National Association of Chain Drug Stores, Alexandria, Va., as he addressed the group’s Pharmacy & Technology Conference for the first time here yesterday. Pharmacists, he said, are generally untrained in the area of public policy and this needs to be corrected for the industry to move forward. “Schools of ...
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