Most supermarket pharmacy executives believe comprehensive health care reform could ultimately bring more prescription business, but they are unsure about when it will be legislated, and how they will be reimbursed. While health care reform was a near certainty as little as three months ago, “it will likely be postponed as the new administration's efforts are shifted toward the more pressing issue of stimulating the economy,” said Frank Wolff, director of pharmacy, Tops Markets, Buffalo, ...

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