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McKesson sees revenue gains in Q3

McKesson's pharmaceutical and specialty solutions segment saw Q3 2020 revenue up 6% over Q3 2019, totaling $46.9 billion.

Cardinal Health posts 5% revenue growth in Q2

Cardinal Health's second-quarter revenue for the pharmaceutical segment was $35.7 billion, a hike of 6% from the same period last year.

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McKesson will continue its long-standing relationship with the VA Healthcare System under a new agreement that takes effect in August 2020.

Kroger delivered solid results from its fiscal third quarter and offered an update on its Restock Kroger efforts. 

Amazon Counter pickup points now include Health Mart pharmacies, GNC and Stage Stores.

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AmerisourceBergen, Cardinal Health, McKesson and Teva have reached a settlement with two Ohio counties over their role in the opioid addiction epidemic.

At Cardinal Health RBC 2018, Doug Hoey, president and CEO of the National Community Pharmacists Association, discussed the “The 7 Habits of Highly Successful Pharmacy Owners,” encouraging attendees to be proactive in the marketplace and their communities.

Pharmacist eCare Plans include a vital shared document containing a patient’s current treatment regimen, medication support needs drug therapy issues and other pertinent details.

A year after its launch, AmerisourceBergen and Good Neighbor Pharmacy’s Elevate Provider Network is serving as an example of how a pharmacy services administrative organization driven by data can enhance member pharmacies’ ability to improve patient health while excelling on Star ratings measures.

Cardinal Health launched a Medicare Part B billing solution, which helps improve operational efficiency by consolidating Medicare Part B reconciliation into one platform, at Cardinal Health RBC 2018.

More than 32.6 million Americans live more than two miles from the nearest pharmacy. That distance not only serves as a significant barrier to accessing prescription medicines, but also contributes to the growing nonadherence problem in the United States. TelePharm, a Cardinal Health company, helps pharmacists overcome those medication barriers by facilitating the opening of telepharmacies as part of a turnkey solution set for interested pharmacy operations.

Cardinal Health celebrated its Women in Pharmacy community, now in its eighth year, at Cardinal Health RBC 2018 in San Diego during two morning events — a leadership forum followed by the annual Mix, Mingle and Mocha Reception. During the events, the Cardinal Health WIP community welcomed the latest chapter to join its ranks — pharmacy owners from Puerto Rico.

As pharmacy reimbursement is changing to focus on patient outcomes, Cardinal Health’s Reimbursement Consulting Services (RCS) is expanding the ways it can help pharmacists focus on their patients to drive those outcomes.

Fuse by Cardinal Health is exploring the role augmented reality can play in patient care and showcased a prototype on the show floor at Cardinal Health RBC 2018.

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