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The value of a patient with diabetes

Why serving patients with diabetes is good business In brief: The magnitude of the diabetes epidemic in ...

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How Buena Vista Drug fills a community need for diabetes education

Diabetes education helps improve patients’ health and boosts a pharmacy’s bottom line In brief: Many patients need education about managing their diabetes But in many communities, resources to provide diabetes ...

Coach patients with diabetes to reach their goals

Empower patients to engage in self-care In brief: Taking medications properly is one important part of managing diabetes But healthy eating, physical activity and other behaviors are also important A ...
Male pharmacist interacting with female patient

Make your whole pharmacy the destination for diabetes care

Design your front end to complement diabetes care from behind the counter In brief: A person with diabetes (PWD) is extremely valuable to a pharmacy A person with diabetes can ...
Parent Medication Safety

A dozen ways to help parents improve medication safety

Prevent medication errors and accidental overdose at home In brief: Tens of thousands of children experience medication poisoning each year.1 While accidents happen, many are preventable. Your pharmacy can help ...
Parent Marketing

Turn Millennial parents into loyal customers

Market to Millennials and build your customer base for the future In brief: Most new parents are Millennials (ages 23 to 38). Millennials have very different shopping habits, meaning you ...
Products for Parents

Turn new parents into lifelong customers

Offer products, services and expertise new parents need In brief: New parents are an extremely important, attractive opportunity for independent pharmacies. Build traffic and profits with this group by becoming ...

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