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Rex Awards 2020: OTC

This month, DSN recognizes the OTC companies at the forefront of innovation that are pushing to make consumers’ lives the healthiest they can be.

Are beauty influencers still a good investment?

Influencers may have rewritten the rules of marketing the beauty segment, but are they losing their luster?

NPD vice president and industry adviser for beauty Larissa Jensen is gazing into her crystal ball to reveal the biggest trends for the next decade.

Greeting cards and the social expression segment continue to thrive at mass retail, aided by the desire of consumers to push digital technology aside in favor of some old-fashioned written communication.

Walgreens is making progress on freeing up pharmacists to spend more time with patients who need extra attention, according to Rina Shah, group vice president of specialty and retail pharmacy operations.

DSN asked a range of experts to prognosticate about the year ahead, as well as on developments expected to unfurl over the course of the next decade.

Gayle A. Brazeau discusses how pharmacy education is shaping the next generation of pharmacists who will provide outstanding patient care in community-based pharmacies and clinical healthcare teams. 

A decade or so ago, no one would have thought that Korean Beauty would be having as much of an impact on the domestic beauty category as it has.

Drug Store News spoke with Greg Wasson about recent developments and his vision for Innovation’s future growth. 

DSN met with several key CBD manufacturers to get their opinions on the CBD industry, particularly how it will impact the beauty category. 

Compounding pharmacies currently are gearing up for a change in USP’s Chapter <800> Hazardous Drugs—Handling in Healthcare Settings.

Community pharmacy faces a range of disruptive entrants, including those that focus on direct-to-consumer medication fulfillment, according to speakers at the DSN Industry Issues Summit.

Michael Zaccaro, president and CEO of Pharma Logistics, discusses its Rapid Credit Program, which puts the onus on Pharma Logistics, not the pharmacy. 

Panelists at the DSN Industry Issues Summit in December pointed to complex hurdles for pharmacists and patients in driving adherence and improved outcomes.

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