LAS VEGAS — To improve compliance in patients taking their prescriptions, supermarket pharmacists need to take a greater interest in the person, and engage in more two-way communication, according to a speaker at the FMI Supermarket Pharmacy Conference here this month. In a session covering a wide array of issues relating to compliance, Bruce Berger, professor and head of pharmacy care systems, Auburn University, Auburn, Ala., said, “They have to know that the health care provider cares ...
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