Emphasizes NACDS’ Results, Commitment in Promoting Pharmacy’s “Value and Values” -- Announces NACDS Foundation’s $150,000 Contribution to Assist the Haitian People
Palm Beach, FL (Vocus) April 25, 2010 -- The National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) demonstrates value to member companies and improves public policy by communicating pharmacy and suppliers’ work to improve lives and society, NACDS President and Chief Executive Officer Steven C. Anderson, IOM, CAE, said today.
Anderson delivered his remarks at the 2010 NACDS Annual Meeting.
''A consistent theme emerges among the companies represented here within the NACDS membership -- pharmacy and front-end, retailers and suppliers alike,'' Anderson said. “Though you differentiate in the marketplace, improving lives emerges as the common value you offer to the public. Collectively, your companies’ competition to deliver value is creating a re-birth. Call it a health and wellness renaissance, with innovations focused on patients and consumers.”
He continued, “You are delivering a renaissance of health and wellness. And through NACDS you are creating a renaissance of recognition. Now, an industry that has been under siege for decades is seeing the results of being better understood.”
“This industry has been doing some amazing things, but without due credit. It has been like an industry before its time, with innovations and potential that just have not been realized by the rest of the world…Together, we are creating a renaissance. I am convinced people will look back 20 or 30 years from now, and will see these times -- our times -- as a historic, watershed moment,” Anderson declared.
Anderson described NACDS’
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