Thrifty White’s Bob Narveson outlines benefits of syncing medications
Bob Narveson, president and CEO of Thrifty White Pharmacy and chairman of the National Association of Chain Drug Stores, clearly believes the benefits of medication synchronization far outweigh any possible reduction in customer store visits. In a presentation that drew plenty of interest from state pharmacy associations and other participants at the summer meeting of the National Alliance of State Pharmacy Associations (NASPA), Aug. 10, Narveson described how and why the Plymouth, Minn.-based chain has become the industry’s leading innovator of med sync and its most vocal proponent.
Executive Viewpoint Series: Kevin Ronneberg on how Target is transforming the delivery of care
In part 2 of this three-part exclusive interview series with Target, Kevin Ronneberg, associate medical director, talks with DSNTV about Target’s growing retail clinic business, how it is simplifying the pharmacy experience and transforming the delivery of health care to its guests.
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In part 1, DSNTV talked with Marc Baer, senior director, health care, about Target’s approach to health and wellness.
WAG’s Shannon Curtin talks innovation, co-creation at 2013 Elevation Forum
“If your brand was delisted tomorrow, would anybody care?”
That’s the cold, hard question retailers and manufacturers need to confront. That was a key message Shannon Curtin, Walgreens group VP beauty, personal care and seasonal, had for attendees of a special one-day summit co-hosted by The Drug Store News Group and the Mack Elevation Forum in August called “Seven Ideas to Create the Future.” In the first part of this DSN Executive Viewpoints video series, Curtin discusses the art of “co-creation innovation,” the key obstacles that stand in the way of true collaboration between manufacturer and retailer partners, and the critical rules of engagement to drive mutual success.
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