Every year, a new pharmacy is created. The pharmacy industry has been one of the most competitive industries in the country. That competition leads to innovation.
Pharmacies do a lot of things well. They do very good customer service. They do a lot of research. They do things that are a lot of fun for customers. But they also do a lot of things that are potentially dangerous or unhealthy or otherwise questionable.
In a new study that appeared in the Journal of Pharmacy & Pharmacology, Dr. D. L. Wasser found a link between pharmacy shopping and “improper drug use.” In other words, people who are shopping for their drug of choice, instead of buying their drugs, are more likely to use the drug and, in turn, be more likely to be hospitalized.
Why are they shopping for their drugs instead of buying them? Because they believe they can make more money buying the drug. But in turn, that is a false economy because, as Dr. Wasser found out, the drug industry doesn’t make as much profit selling them a lot of pills at a time. As a result, people turn to pharmacies for their drugs because these pharmacies are usually more efficient and cheaper than the drug stores.
In the end, it makes no difference how much a drug is made, but how much it is sold. If you want to make more money, you just need to sell more pills.
Pharmacies are a dying breed because they are so hard to sell, but the fact that drug companies are in a constant state of reorganization is creating a need for new ones. In fact, Dr Wasser believes that the current drug market has become so congested that it is almost impossible to find a new one.
This is another trend I see with pharmacies. Dr Wasser and his team have developed an innovative approach to the problem of making more money from pills. He says that for every drug you sell the drug company gets 50% of the profit, and in the end you get back $50. While this is still a good deal, the company has also come up with a product that makes this profit even greater.
Basically, Dr Wasser’s product is a new kind of “compounding pharmacy” where each pill you sell will actually be a new drug. This means that instead of you having to go out and buy pills every month, you have to go out and sell pills every month and you will actually make money. You actually make money when you sell pills which means your profit will be greater than the drug company’s because the pill you sell goes into the world.
This is all great, but if I’m not mistaken, Dr Wassers only has five pills left. If you’re reading this, you probably already have all of your pills stored in your desk drawer.
This isn’t a new idea. A lot of pharmacies around the country have been doing this for years. I have no idea how it works, but it’s also a good way to make a lot of money at home. And it’s really fun to get some new drugs in the mail.