ARLINGTON, Va. — The National Association of Chain Drug Stores, Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) and American Public Health Association (APHA) are hosting a preconference workshop on pharmacy partnerships with public health agencies to foster better patient health outcomes. Titled “Building Health Department and Pharmacy Partnerships to Improve Community Health,” the free workshop
SAN DIEGO — The 2017 NACDS Total Store Expo brought together thousands of retailers and suppliers to learn about emerging technologies, check out the latest products and discuss current trends in health and wellness, beauty, and pharmacy. The National Association of Chain Drug Stores conference offered a cross-industry approach that focused on the entire store.
SAN DIEGO — At the National Association of Chain Drug Stores Total Store Expo, association president and chief executive Steve Anderson took a few moments in the Business Program to single out the achievements of Jim Whitman, senior vice president of member programs and services, for more than 40 years of service to the association.
The dynamism of the retail industry’s most active, innovative and forward-thinking members is raising the stakes for everyone in the field. Major developments with potentially far-reaching implications for the way consumers shop are occurring at an unprecedented rate. In just the past few weeks, Walmart and Amazon.com Inc. have ratcheted up the pressure on their
Day two of the 2017 NACDS Total Store Expo got off to a strong start with the morning Business Program, featuring presentations by NACDS chairman and Walgreens Boots Alliance co-COO Alex Gourlay and NACDS president and CEO Steve Anderson. And, of course, there was former Secretary of State and Joint Chiefs Chairman Colin Powell …
SAN DIEGO — The National Association of Chain Drug Stores is working on a program to identify pharmacy chain members’ work to develop shared value that benefits society, NACDS chairman Alex Gourlay said at the 2017 Total Store Expo. “We are going to tell the story of chains more clearly, and we are going to
SAN DIEGO — QuintilesIMS executive Jim Hunter was presented the Harold W. Pratt Award at the 2017 NACDS Total Store Expo. Hunter, vice president of supplier services at QuintilesIMS, received the award Sunday morning during the conference’s business program. Named after longtime Walgreens executive Harold Pratt, the award is one of the top honors bestowed
When it comes to addressing front-end topics beyond the pharmacy, I could argue that many other words prove more effective than “conference” in describing the National Association of Chain Drug Stores Total Store Expo (TSE). For example, the word “conversation” comes to mind — conversation of the high-caliber, high-quality, highly collaborative and highly constructive kind.
Pharmacy-administered flu shots are helping to lift influenza immunization rates, according to the National Association of Chain Drug Stores. The association said an article published in Clinical Therapeutics highlights an Avalere-NACDS study finding that as pharmacists were granted authority by states to administer flu vaccines, influenza vaccinations rates edged up. Specially, the study revealed that
Amid the political turmoil in Washington and the unpredictability in the health care arena over the Affordable Care Act’s uncertain future, retail pharmacy operators and their customers are fortunate to have a powerful voice in D.C.: the National Association of Chain Drug Stores. NACDS has been closely monitoring the turbulent health care debate, defending the position
ARLINGTON, Va. — Steve Anderson, president and chief executive officer of the National Association of Chain Drug Stores, took part in a meeting on the opioid epidemic with Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price. NACDS said that at yesterday’s meeting Price sought to learn more about pharmacy’s role in addressing abuse and misuse of
ARLINGTON, Va. – The National Association of Chain Drug Stores has backed federal legislation to require electronic prescribing for controlled-substance medications in Medicare Part D. NACDS said Wednesday that the bill — the Every Prescription Conveyed Securely Act (H.R. 3528), introduced by Reps. Katherine Clark (D., Mass.) and Markwayne Mullin (R., Okla.) — is in
WASHINGTON — Retailers applauded congressional Republicans’ move to give up their pursuit of the border adjustment tax (BAT). Prior to GOP leaders’ announcement of the decision on July 27, retailers that receive many of the goods they sell from overseas had expressed concerns about the BAT, claiming that it would pass hefty costs on to
WASHINGTON — Retailers applauded Republicans’ move to give up their pursuit of the border adjustment tax (BAT). Prior to GOP leaders’ announcement of the decision on Thursday, retailers that receive many of the goods they sell from overseas had expressed concerns about the BAT, claiming it would pass hefty costs on to consumers. The week