— A survey of pharmacy executives and pharmacists across the country found that most doctors are worried about the future of the drug industry and that drug companies have made major changes in how they handle their medications.
The survey by the American Pharmacists Association shows that 76 percent of pharmacy leaders said they’re worried about a lack of innovation and a shortage of quality drugs in the pharmacy industry.
They also said the company needs to address some of the problems that have been plaguing the industry.
According to the survey, pharmacy executives said they see pharmacy access and price increases as a big issue.
In response, the companies that comprise the American pharmacy industry, such as Walgreens and CVS, have begun to implement cost-saving measures to reduce the cost of prescription drugs and the pharmacy chain has been aggressively expanding in recent years.
Walgens CEO Greg Sargent told the AP that the company has seen a 30 percent drop in sales over the past three years as the company implemented some cost-cutting measures.
The company said it will be expanding pharmacy locations to ensure that patients can access the same medication at home.
Sargent also said that the pharmacy company is working to make the cost-of-living adjustments for all employees, including senior executives.
CVS said in a statement that it has made some changes to improve pharmacy access in order to better meet the needs of its customers.
CVS also said it plans to add 1,400 new pharmacy locations across the U.S. by 2020.
Walgreens said that it will begin testing its pharmacies to make sure that patients have access to the medications they need.
Drug company Johnson & Johnson said that its chief pharmacy officer will be in charge of pharmacy development and is going to be in the process of developing a prescription drug pricing plan for the pharmacy.
A number of major companies, including Walgarts, Rite Aid, CVS and Walgreen, have introduced drug pricing plans to address the growing prescription drug shortage.
The plans have become increasingly popular as a result of the opioid crisis.
More than half of all prescription drugs are in use in the U