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Executive Viewpoint Series: Mike Cantrell on technology and the pharmacy

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As part of its Executive Retailer Viewpoint series, DSN sat down with Mike Cantrell, president at Good Neighbor Pharmacies, at DSN’s Industry Issues Summit to discuss technology and the evolution of pharmacy care.

This multipart executive viewpoint video series, sponsored by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare, is comprised of five different on-camera executive interviews that are a must see for anyone working within the retail pharmacy industry. Click here to view videos of Health Mart’s Chuck Wilson, Sam’s Club’s Jason Reiser and Rexall’s Ken Keelor.

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Doing nails at home — what women think

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DSN.TV hit the streets of New York City to ask women about the nail colors, designs and applications they choose, as well as what frustrates them most about doing their nails at home.

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Executive Retailer Viewpoint: Jason Reiser on engaging customers

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As part of DSN‘s Executive Retailer Viewpoint series, DSN sat down with Jason Reiser, VP health and wellness, ops/compliance at Sam’s Club, at DSN’s Industry Issues Summit to discuss how to better engage customers and the impact of the economy on business in 2012.

This multipart executive viewpoint video series, sponsored by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare, is comprised of five different on-camera executive interviews that are a must see for anyone working within the retail pharmacy industry. Click here to view videos of Health Mart’s Chuck Wilson, Good Neighbor Pharmacy’s Mike Cantrell and Rexall’s Ken Keelor.

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