IF ROBOTICS and other pharmacy automation allow retail pharmacists to interact more with patients, they may have a new opportunity next year to generate some extra revenues for their stores. That's because of two changes taking place in the Medicare Part D prescription program overseen by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). CMS has started rating private-sector insurance companies on their level of compliance with a series of 19 standards related to medication quality, ...
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