Corporate mergers and competition from supermarkets, discount clubs and online startups — among other forces — have altered how pharmacies need to do business.
This time last year, Bell Pharmacy was doing everything it could to prepare for COVID-19 vaccines ... without knowing when the doses would arrive.
CVS has found a positive side effect of providing vaccines — increased retail sales. But what happens when vaccinations slow down?
The pandemic highlighted their opportunity to meet everyday health care needs (and presented some challenges).
The service might help lessen the stigma and burden of seeking mental health care, a CVS executive says.
Bell Pharmacy is working with community organizers to vaccinate at-risk residents, but its owner doesn't know when that'll happen.
The retailer plans to hire 15,000 additional staff, mostly pharmacy technicians.
Hear that thud? That’s the sound of Amazon getting into the retail pharmacy business. Today the online retail giant snatched up PillPack, an online pharmacy that presorts prescription drugs and delivers them to your door. Walgreens, Rite Aid and CVS all saw their stock prices take a dive in early trading on news of the […]
CVS wants to be known for improving health, so it's making subtle changes.
A report from CNBC says Amazon is getting more serious about becoming a place for you to buy your prescription drugs. Amazon could be a major disrupter, as it has been when it entered other sectors, from books to groceries. The hundreds of billions of dollars Americans spend on prescriptions every year make the pharmacy business […]