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Hospital system buys Pittsburgh home infusion pharmacy

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03/17/2016

PITTSBURGH, Pa. – Allegheny Health Network, a nonprofit hospital system, has expanded its home health business by acquiring a home infusion pharmacy in Sharpsburg, Pa., from Infusion Partners, a subsidiary of Elmsford, N.Y.-based BioScrip.

Firm picks up fourth community pharmacy

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06/30/2015

DALLAS – Ascendant Solutions, an investment firm, and its healthcare subsidiary, Dougherty’s Holdings, have acquired The Medicine Shoppe pharmacy in McAlester, Okla.

Univita opens second pharmacy

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06/23/2015

MIRAMAR, Fla. – Univita Health is opening a second state-of-the-art infusion pharmacy in Orlando, Fla.

Pharmacy partners with HME, becomes ‘healthcare destination’

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03/07/2014

MEDINA, Ohio – Discount Drug Mart has partnered with Hastings Professional Medical Equipment to make health care more convenient for its customers.

Seeley's script for success

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04/26/2010

ANDOVER, Ohio – Seeley Medical is moving on. The provider launched two pharmacy ventures in the past year as part of an effort to move away from Medicare.

Senate bigwigs haven't forgotten Rx exemption

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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Sens. Max Baucus and Charles Grassley sent a letter to HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius yesterday asking her to cut some slack for pharmacies that haven't been accredited yet. The deadline for pharmacies passed Jan.

Medical profession skeptical about Walgreens plan

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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Well now I'm thoroughly confused. I just read an article about how a new program at Walgreens that would offer face-to-face consulting services for Type 2 diabetes patients is being panned.

Unaccredited pharmacies hang tight

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Monday, October 5, 2009

While the community pharmacy industry waits to see what happens with a last minute Congressional push to extend the accreditation deadline for pharmacies, there is confusion over what they should do in the meantime.

Webb Medical Systems: Success one customer at a time

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09/30/2009

Sharon Webb's parents founded Reading Medical in 1971 as a corner drug store and a decade later she stepped in to expand it. A marketing professional, Sharon sensed the potential of durable medical equipment in the early 1980s, and together with her husband Dick grew the company into a comprehensive rehab and mobility business with a strong retail component that now anchors a shopping plaza in the Reading area.