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Chains are blazing a path toward health equity

Chains are blazing a path toward health equity

Good news for those paying close attention to the fight for health equity: We’re seeing a tide change in the industry. For years, many groups have been talking about the moral imperative of improving health equity, but recently there’s been increased momentum toward real, lasting change. The pandemic and the push for social justice have

Why retail pharmacy operators need to prioritize ESG

Why retail pharmacy operators need to prioritize ESG

During the pandemic, pharmacies supported the health and well-being of their communities. They cemented their role as core health service providers. By ensuring access to community health care, they proved their value to governments, other businesses and the public. The reward for success is always increased expectations. Today, pharmacies’ local initiatives are no longer enough.

Pharmacies need employee-centric cultures to thrive

Pharmacies need employee-centric cultures to thrive

Today’s workers value different things. They want flexibility, demand a work culture that recognizes their worth, and are willing to change jobs to find what they want now. This shift has been particularly challenging in retail pharmacy as many workers are less tolerant of the often hectic and demanding environment. As a result, an increased

Boosting health equity is good for business and society

Boosting health equity is good for business and society

Structural and systemic inequities have long contributed to ongoing health disparities, especially within minority communities in the United States. However, the pandemic and social unrest of the past few years have magnified the issues. For example, Latino and Black people were hospitalized with COVID-19 at a rate 2.8 times higher than white people, according to

Talent is scarce; recruiting it requires adaptation

Talent is scarce; recruiting it requires adaptation

If talent acquisition and retention isn’t a top-five topic for your executive team, it should be. The reason is straightforward: The U.S. labor market has undergone significant changes, resulting in fewer available workers and more open jobs — 10.9 million — than at any time since that statistic has been measured. As if that weren’t

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