Jill Regan, LexisNexis Risk Solutions - Health Care's director of relationship management, details how automated prescriber verification can help pharmacies save time and headaches when it comes to prescriber data.
The current growth in the men’s personal care and grooming market highlights a shift in the way that male consumers traditionally have approached their personal care. Previously, men have shopped based on utility, with very little research behind the purchase required.
Rite Aid senior vice president and chief human resources officer Jessica Kazmaier discusses how the chain is investing in its associates to create a customer experience that will help it navigate its “Path to the Future.”
This month, David Orgel examines an element of retailing that long has been a cornerstone of the industry — a smiling associate — and how retailers can reevaluate what they want from associates in an age of authenticity.
The conversation at the pharmacy counter traditionally has been about which pills to take when, but with advances in medical science, a new frontier — biologics and biosimilars — is flourishing, explains Chip Davis, president and CEO of the Association for Accessible Medicines.
Fred Mayer, CEO of Pharmacists Planning Services, explains how as the political healthcare debate rages on, many of the “first-world” problems that cause illness and compromise our quality of life are problems pharmacists can help solve.
William Sieber, president of E. F. Bavis and Associates, explains how the pharmacist-patient relationship requires the sharing of concise and detailed information, which can include times, dosage amounts, possible interactions with other medications, and more.
Chris Fitzmaurice, director of industry data resources at ScriptPro, explains why pharmacists should accept a greater measure of responsibility and continue to accept the demands of medical professionals, as well as expand on what it means to provide pharmaceutical care.