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White Paper: OptiFreight® Logistics drives value, reduces costs

Armed with 16 years of experience and experts who are uniquely familiar with the nuances of inbound and outbound shipping in this continually evolving healthcare environment, OptiFreight® Logistics manages millions of shipments for healthcare customers every year.

Rx case study: How real-time prescriber verification minimizes risk, increases efficiency

More than 5 billion retail prescription drugs were filled at U.S. pharmacies in 2016, according to Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation research. These transactions included a growing number of invalid and illegal orders.

While many think prescription discount cards serve the needs of consumers without prescription drug coverage, the reality is that an increasing number of insured individuals are now using them as well.

Winning with U.S. Hispanics is your solution to accelerating sales growth. Univision partnered with Nielsen to study the Hispanic Healthcare Journey and uncover differences and similarities between Hispanic and non-Hispanic attitudes and behaviors.

In the past several years, retailers have been moving toward a business model geared toward health and wellness services that include and go beyond pharmacy to retail clinics and such other consumer-facing initiatives as health and wellness programs.This shift is the result of a convergence of diff

While such natural and homeopathic remedies as essential oils, tea and Grandma’s chicken soup are becoming more prevalent for preventing and treating colds among healthy-minded consumers, OTC medication is still a key component in their cough-cold arsenal, and sales of OTC cold remedies often drive

In the past several years, retailers have been moving toward a business model geared toward health and wellness services that include and go beyond pharmacy to retail clinics and such other consumer-facing initiatives as health and wellness programs.This shift is the result of a convergence of diff

The $2 billion-plus dietary supplement category is a big business and a major driver of traffic to retail pharmacy.DSNpartnered with Field Agent — which provides business information and consumer insights by leveraging traditional methodologies and new, cutting-edge crowd-sourcing and mobile techno

Immunity boosters and hand sanitizer are on most back-to-school shopping lists as consumers prepare their families for the inevitable sniffles, sneezes and coughs associated with the cold and flu season.

Why pharmacy needs to go mobile — today
Today’s pharmacy is so unlike that of past generations that it might as well be an entirely new profession.

As the massive changes wrought by the Affordable Care Act reach a crescendo in early 2014, who are Americans turning to for help navigating the complexities of a health system in transformation?

For millions, over-the-counter (OTC) medicines are accessible, proven and effective forms of treatment, acting as first-lines of defense in combating a variety of ailments and/or nutritional deficiencies.



The digital era has transformed the way work is done—and the way employees learn. Yet traditional methods of learning and development (L&D) have lagged behind.

Only 18% of Americans were very likely or completely likely to post their latest ailment on social media, but for those who did post, 40% of their friends were quick to make an over-the-counter recommendation, according to a survey conducted in July by Field Agent on behalf of Drug Store News.

Consumers buy diet, vitamin and sports nutrition products for a variety of reasons.

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Sales of vitamins, minerals and supplements (VMS) have been steadily increasing since 2008, making the category by far the largest in the OTC (over-the-counter) healthcare market.

As many as 39% of Americans feel restless when they sleep at least once or twice every week, and 27.5% feel restless at least three or four nights each week, according to a survey conducted in May by Field Agent on behalf of Drug Store News.