In the weeks leading up to Cardinal’s Retail Business Conference in Washington, D.C., from July 23 to 26, DSN talked with Steve Lawrence, Cardinal Health SVP Independent Sales, about independent pharmacy trends and how those trends are creating a bright future for the independent pharmacy community.
ScriptPro and TCGRx announced that the companies will be exclusive partners in a distribution and co-marketing agreement that allows ScriptPro to bring TCGRx adherence packaging technologies to retail pharmacies throughout the United States.
Pharmacists from across the country joined together at Health on the National Mall, an event co-sponsored by Cardinal Health and the National Community Pharmacists Association, in Washington, D.C., to raise awareness of the many ways pharmacists can improve patient health.
Fifty-four percent of online shoppers feel that they are more conscious of their security online compared with 12 months ago, following a string of high-profile security breaches at various international retailers and brands. Of the 2,000 online consumers surveyed as part of EDigitalResearch's and IMRG's EcustomerServiceIndex, 50% felt that retailers should be doing more to keep them safe online, especially in the wake of yet more data and security breaches in 2014.
Inergetics, a developer of nutritional supplements, announced that the company will be presenting Martha Stewart Essentials, a line of whole food-based vitamin supplements developed in tandem with Martha Stewart herself at Cardinal Health's Retail Business Conference.
McKesson Pharmacy Systems and Automation launched its new Adherence Performance reporting tool, which uses pharmacy data to supply pharmacies with the data they need to make improvements on the adherence of their patient base, the company said.
Skin Perfect makes its worldwide debut this month with a new line of natural health, beauty, and skin care supplements that are designed to deliver anti-aging benefits and healthy hair, skin, and nails.
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.