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Steven Collis has officially taken the reins as chief executive officer at AmerisourceBergen Corp.
Thrifty White Drug went into action to keep pharmacy services going earlier this month when river flooding forced the regional chain to shut one of its stores.
So far, 2011 is proving to be a good year for Rite Aid Corp. on the same-store sales front, as the drug store chain saw another uptick in June.
The National Community Pharmacists Association has endorsed the efforts of Sens. Jerry Moran (R., Kan.) and Jon Tester (D., Mont.) in creating the first-ever Senate Community Pharmacy Caucus.
Meijer Inc.'s free prenatal vitamin program has filled its 1 millionth prescription, at a cost savings of nearly $14 million to Midwest families.
Next week, Sam's Club plans to offer free children's health and ID screenings at its pharmacies nationwide.
Wrapping up its Marketplace Conference here, the National Association of Chain Drug Stores announced the winning vendors in the Product Showcase on the exhibit floor.
Walgreen Co. has unveiled a major investment plan for Chicago in which it will remodel many of its 142 drug stores in the city, quadruple its number of "food oasis" stores there and expand its downtown office space, providing an estimated 600 new jobs.
The Canadian Association of Chain Drug Stores plans to roll out a web-based clinical platform that supports enhanced pharmacy services — including medication adherence — to pharmacies across Canada.
An investigation by Consumer Reports found that prescription drug labels sometimes lack key safety warnings and some pharmacies failed to include federally required medication guides.
Walgreen Co. has introduced its new Web Pickup service at store locations throughout the Chicago area.