​​Pharmacy Roundup: This Week’s Top 5 Articles for May 13, 2022 

Every week we share our favorite articles that other organizations, associations, and companies are producing to help your pharmacy business thrive.

You’ll discover new strategies and tips to boost your independent community pharmacy business and to stay up to date on what’s happening in the pharmacy industry.

This week we chose five articles covering topics from the unusually late flu season to creative ways to take advantage of a small front end. 

It’s Almost Summer, and Flu Is Still Spreading Nationwide

For the first time since 1982, flu season peaked in mid-April. NBC News reports on why the flu is still spreading as the weather heats up. 

No Front End? These Retail Services Work in Any Pharmacy

If you have a small or nonexistent front end, it may seem impossible to add services in addition to dispensing. But Retail Management Solutions has tips for adding value to your smaller pharmacy location. 

Prepare for Unusual RSV Epidemics Thanks to Covid 

When people relax their Covid-19 precautions, there is an uptick in RSV infections, a new study found. Pharmacy Today explains what pharmacists should know about the reemergence of RSV. 

Building Strategies Around Local Products 

David Orgel at Drug Store News explores how stocking hyperlocal products can be a win for retailers. 

3 Issues with Telehealth and How to Overcome Them 

Becker’s Hospital Review breaks down a new report on the pitfalls of telehealth and explains what providers can do to remedy them. 


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