Jeffrey A. Singer
Drugs purchased this way not only offer convenience but usually cost less.
The New York Times recently published a disturbing report about life‐threating errors made by overworked pharmacists, many of whom complain of “burnout.” A relatively recent innovation can provide them some needed relief while at the same time improve convenience and reduce costs to consumers, if regulators get out of the way: the pharmacy kiosk. These vending machines contain...
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