DISAPPOINTED WITH slow and low reimbursement rates for Medicare Part D, cuts to Medicaid and legislation requiring medicine containing pseudoephedrine to be sold from behind the counter, retail pharmacy focused on influencing federal policy to help business and low-income customers this year. Under new President and Chief Executive Officer Steven C. Anderson, the National Association of Chain Drug Stores, Alexandria, Va., established a new marketing, communications and media relations ...

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