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Philadelphia Inquirer's Consumer 10.0: Pharmacists take on mail-order

In Sunday's Philadelphia Inquirer, Jeff Gelles' column talks about health care plans steering prescriptions to mail-order pharmacies and the push back from Pennsylvania's pharmacists. Featured in the column is Dr. Daniel Hussar, the Remington professor of pharmacy at University of the Sciences’ Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. Hussar comments on the "questionable benefits of mail-order prescriptions" and "the lost value associated with face-to-face contact between patients and traditional pharmacists." Read the full article here.


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