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Issue 02-17-2020

London Drugs debuts new Vancouver store

London Drugs debuts new Vancouver store

VANCOUVER, B.C. — Earlier this month, London Drugs hosted the grand opening of its new location at Vancouver House, marking the first retail store opening in the Beach District, the emerging waterfront neighborhood located at the base of the Granville Street Bridge. The 12,108-square-foot London Drugs store was designed to support the immediate needs of

CVS PBM ends out-of-pocket costs for diabetes drugs

CVS PBM ends out-of-pocket costs for diabetes drugs

WOONSOCKET, R.I. — CVS Health unveiled a new solution that eliminates out-of-pocket costs associated with all diabetes prescription medications, including insulin, for members of the company’s pharmacy benefit manager. Offered through the CVS Caremark PBM, RxZERO enables employers and health plan sponsors to leverage formulary and plan design approaches to offer all categories of diabetes

MinuteClinic offering free heart health tests

MinuteClinic offering free heart health tests

WOONSOCKET, R.I. — As part of its continued support of the American Heart Association’s (AHA) Go Red for Women movement during American Heart Month, CVS Health has been offering no-cost Know Your Numbers heart health screenings at MinuteClinic, the company’s retail medical clinic, on selected Thursdays in February. MinuteClinic locations can be found inside selected

Retail pharmacies will overcome biased story

Retail pharmacies will overcome biased story

As The New York Times has been doing of late with astonishing regularity and surprising frequency, the newspaper of record has at last gotten round to demolishing the retail pharmacy business. In a front-page story on February 1, the Times shrieked, in its headline, that “Overloaded Pharmacists Warn They’re Making Fatal Mistakes.” The story proceeded