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Genoa Healthcare® Chief Operating Officer provides industry outlook in Chain Drug Review article

Feb 2nd, 2023

The importance of pharmacy as an accessible point in care will remain a focal point in the health care industry in 2023. Genoa Healthcare Chief Operating Officer Tasha Hennessy discussed the expanded role of the pharmacist and what that means for improving access to care in Chain Drug Review’s recent industry outlook article.

“As key partners in the delivery of care, pharmacists are in a unique position to drive positive behavioral changes and improve clinical outcomes in 2023,” said Hennessy. “With more than 670 pharmacies nationwide, Genoa Healthcare is ready to help, and we look forward to making a big difference in even more communities this year.”

You can read the full article here.  

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