In this San Francisco Chronicle space and at Zennie62, this blogger's focused on Walgreen's Health Care Reform-friendly business model.
What's of interest is that while news organizations like CNN and Fox News have pushed out articles and stories on how the public supposedly is opposed to President Obama's Heath Care Reform law, the untold story is of how companies like Walgreens signed on to support it, years ago.
Walgreens CFO Wade Miquelon said "The U.S. health-care system, for whatever reason, is horribly inefficient. We're on board with the fact that reform of some type has to happen. The current system is not sustainable."
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