CVS Health is holding a “conscious inclusion workshop” which aims to teach employees how to hold each other “accountable” for non-inclusive behaviors, FOX Business has learned.
Major pharmacies across the nation are confident they can administer and "accelerate access" to COVID-19 booster shots after they receive further guidance from federal health officials.
Pharmacy giant CVS announced an uptick in COVID-19 vaccinations during the second quarter, which in combination with testing, drove almost one-third in increased revenues in the three months leading up to June 2021, compared to the year prior.
CVS Health will hike its minimum wage for employees to $15 per hour starting in July 2022, with incremental increases set to begin this month.
CVS Health Corp. and Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc. lost revenue as shoppers stayed home and skipped routine medical care. The companies spent hundreds of millions of dollars to roll out testing and vaccination programs.
More than 1 billion records connected to CVS Health were posted on a non-password-protected database in March, new research shows.
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CVS announced Thursday that it has partnered with several companies to launch what it’s calling the #OneStepCloser sweepstakes.
On May 10, the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine became the first and only FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccine for adolescents in this age group.
As demand for COVID-19 vaccines begins to fade, Target is now offering shoppers a $5 coupon if they get the vaccine at a CVS pharmacy in their stores.
CVS Health beat Wall Street expectations and after releasing projections earlier this year that disappointed analysts, a new outlook Tuesday exceeds those levels.
CVS announced Monday that it would begin selling recently approved over-the-counter COVID-19 testing kits both in stores and online.
Target is partnering with CVS to distribute coronavirus vaccines in store locations across 17 states, the companies announced Wednesday.
As the nation gears up for expanded access to COVID-19 vaccines, pharmacies such as CVS and Walgreens are stepping up security efforts against so-called “scalper bots” eagerly waiting to stockpile vaccine appointment slots.
The U.S. fell far short of its initial goal of inoculating 20 million people by the end of 2020, with health departments, hospital systems and long-term-care facilities beset by supply-chain bottlenecks, vaccine hesitancy and confusing, scattershot systems for making appointments.
Both companies have remained on track to meet their goal since receiving their first allotments in late December and have been updating the public on its progress.
Both companies were tapped by the U.S. Department of Health and Senior Services to administer vaccinations to the high-priority populations ahead of the general public in order to stem the spread of the virus.
The two retail pharmacy chains announced Wednesday that their COVID-19 vaccine efforts are already underway at skilled nursing facilities, which require a higher acuity of patient care, in 49 states.
The notice comes just after the company announced it was looking to rapidly hire thousands of employees to help administer COVID-19 vaccines following Food and Drug Administration approval.
Walgreens announced that it has teamed up with 35,000 nursing and assisted living facilities nationwide to deliver COVID-19 vaccines, marking a "historic milestone and important step toward ending the pandemic."