NACDS Total Store Expo 2014


Check out the latest news and events from NACDS Total Store Expo with Drug Store News' digital show dailies. In the Tuesday, August 26 edition:

  • Insight Sessions
  • Hot Products
  • Show Floor photos
  • Nightlife photos

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Or view other editions of this year's NACDS TSE show daily:
Sunday, August 24
Monday, August 25

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J&J showcases wellness initiatives

Johnson & Johnson on Monday hosted its Johnson & Johnson Health and Wellness Experience at NACDS Total Store Expo in Boston. Over the course of the presentation, J&J executives showcased a number of consumer and corporate wellness initiatives implemented by J&J, including its Corporate Athlete Program, the 7-Minute Workout app, the Digital Health Scorecard app and the Care4today app.

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Creating paths for women’s career advancement

A panel of female executives met Monday morning to examine the many challenges women continue to face reaching leadership positions, and how their own companies were addressing those challenges and adapting their cultures to create new pathways for advancement for women executives.

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Implementing in-store nutrition programs

Pharmacy and nutrition. These two areas of health have always gone hand-in-hand, but community pharmacy is taking a closer look at ways to merge nutrition interventions and diet counseling into their practice — and the results are proving to be successful.

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HIT expands pharmacy’s role in health care

Pharmacy health information technology has come a long way in the past five years, but there is still a significant amount of opportunity for pharmacy operations to plug into the HIT network — opportunities that will augment pharmacy’s value to the healthcare system in improving adherence and reducing abandonment.

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Panelists cite promise of in-store testing

With diabetes and other diseases at epidemic levels, the need for more pharmacies to step up and offer accessible, convenient patient screening for a variety of serious and even life-threatening conditions is clear, a panel of pharmacists asserted at Monday’s “Convenient Care — Point of Care Testing in the Pharmacy” session.