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News and information on merchandising and trends in retail pharmacies at CVS.

CVS Health to acquire IlliniCare Health

CVS Health announced that, in connection with the previously announced merger of Centene and WellCare Health Plans, it will acquire IlliniCare Health Plan.

CVS Health’s solid Q3 leads to raised, narrowed guidance

As the company nears the first anniversary of its Aetna acquisition, solid results from all of its business segments led to a raised and increased earnings guidance for its full fiscal year.

DSN editor in chief Seth Mendelson looks at how CVS Health is approaching healthcare and the impact it had on the company's bottom line in the third quarter.

UPS and CVS Health have signed an agreement to explore drone delivery options, which will include delivery of prescriptions and retail products to CVS Pharmacy customers.

The first day of the Path to Purchase Expo saw executives from Walgreens and CVS Health outlining how traditional retailers can keep capturing shoppers' attention in the store.

CVS Pharmacy is bringing the BeautyIRL experience to nearly 50 stores by the end of 2019 in such markets as New York City, Los Angeles, Miami and Boston.

Zantac 150

Following a product alert from the Food and Drug Administration, CVS Pharmacy has halted sales of Zantac and its store-brand ranitidine products.

CVS heart

CVS Health’s latest funding will support increasing access to health care, preventing prescription opioid misuse and supporting tobacco-free living for at-risk populations in Ohio.

CVS Health’s MinuteClinic received the Pathway to Excellence designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center.

CVS Pharmacy customers can order high quality 4-by-6 inch prints directly from Google Photos for same-day pickup via a service powered by Kodak Moments.

CVS Health and the CVS Health Foundation are tackling youth vaping as part of their “Be The First” initiative to get people to quit smoking.

The ranks of retailers revising their policies on customers bringing guns into their stores are growing, with CVS Health, Kroger and Walgreens asking non-law enforcement customers in open-carry states not to bring their guns into stores.

Faced with what some have said is the survival of their overall business concept, many traditional food and drug retailers are rethinking their store formats and operations, and stepping up their omnichannel efforts.

Judy Sansone, senior vice president of front-store business and chief merchant, will be retiring in September after 42 years with the company. George Coleman has been named as her successor in the role.

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