Rite Aid and Heritage Provider Network last month announced a new agreement to bring the Rite Aid Health Alliance program to HPN's chronic and polychronic patients in Southern California.
McKesson's Frank Starn, president of global sourcing, announced that Ann Richardson Berkey, SVP public affairs for McKesson, will be retiring.
On average, consumers say 64% of their back-to-school shopping will take place in-store, with the rest online via computer or mobile device. A new survey of 1,001 U.S. parents with school-age children from customer experience solutions provider Baynote and the E-tailing Group also shows that 40% of consumers say that paper catalogs influence their in-store purchases, more than any other channel.
Instant.ly, an on-demand consumer insights platform, on Tuesday debuted the Instant.ly Shelf Score, an index that measures consumer intent to purchase new consumer packaged goods.
The National Retail Federation has joined the growing chorus of voices expecting a surge in consumer spending during the next five months to compensate for a weak start to the year.
Canadian drug store chain Rexall has chosen Toronto-based communications company Allstream to design a telecommunication system for the company.
DripDrop, an oral rehydration solution, announced that it would make its debut on the shelves of more than 100 H-E-B stores in Texas.
Walgreens announced the official opening of a new pharmacy at Children's National Health System.
Walgreens on Tuesday announced the new Balance Rewards for healthy choices initiatives, which is aimed at helping participants modify behavior risk factors associated with the nation's most pressing public health issues.
The Little Clinic announced a number of new store openings, including its first clinic locations in Virginia.