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

Walmart expanding prescription drug cost savings via Capital Rx

Walmart will use Capital Rx's Clearinghouse Model to keep drug prices at bay for specialty and mail-order prescriptions.

Walmart Health rolls out updated store remodel

The newest Walmart Health store, which opened in Arkansas, went through a remodel that includes updated vision center and pharmacy concepts.

A healthcare worker giving a test to a person in a car.

The Department of Health and Human Services will extend its partnership with national pharmacy and grocery retail chains in order to provide Americans access to COVID-19 testing.

Walmart is piloting a store that replaces traditional, in-person checkout lanes with self-checkout kiosks in Fayetteville, Ark.

As it opens its third Walmart Health Center, the retailer is promising to expand the concept.

Walmart acquired the technology platform, patents and intellectual property of CareZone, which helps people manage their health information and medications.

Walmart will cease operating its e-commerce subsidiary at an unspecified date.

Walmart will give a bonus in the amount of $300 for full-time hourly employees and $150 for part-time hourly and temporary employees.

Walmart is reserving an early morning pickup hour for online orders for the groups most at risk to COVID-19.

Walmart’s Express Delivery will be available in nearly 1,000 stores in early May and expand to nearly 2,000 total stores in the following weeks.

Walmart has started installing plexiglass barriers at pharmacy lanes and also is waiving fees on telehealth doctor visits for associates.

Walmart is requiring that its approximately 1.5 million U.S. employees wear masks or other face coverings while on the job.

Walmart will start taking the temperatures of its employees as they report to work in stores, warehouse clubs, distribution centers and other facilities.

Executives from CVS Health, Walgreens, Walmart and Target were on hand in the Rose Garden Friday, pledging space outside their stores for drive-through testing for COVID-19.

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