Pharmaceutical care reimbursement should be separate from dispensing fees -- PRIME's Schondelmeyer.
PHARMACEUTICAL CARE REIMBURSEMENT SHOULD BE SEPARATE FROM DISPENSING FEE, PRIME Institute Director Stephen Schondelmeyer, PhD, urged at the Food Marketing Institute's Supermarket Pharmacy Conference April 21 in New Orleans. Pharmacies "must set up a fee structure for these additional services that you're going to provide," Schondelmeyer said. "I'm not talking about just adding 25 [cents] to your dispensing fee. That's not a fee structure for pharmacy services."
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