Innovation In CVS Pharmacy And Amazon With Drew Madden

Although no person’s life can be guaranteed once they’re born into our society, we, as humans, should be proud of our world’s average person’s life expectancy is just short of 85 years of age in some countries, though the world average is well above 70.

The United States is known for having high qualities of doctors, medical equipment, hospitals, and just about everything else associated with healthcare. However, it spends roughly $9,200 per United States resident, far more than any country on planet Earth.

Solving the current problems of healthcare isn’t easy, though innovation will likely rear its creative head in whatever solutions brilliant minds will figure out, as innovation has been present through virtually all advancements throughout the entire history of medicine, its research, and practice.

CVS Pharmacy, the largest such company of its kind in the United States, and Amazon, the world’s largest digital retailer of goods, are flexing considerable innovation in competing against one another. Towards the end of calendar year 2017, Amazon applied for licenses in more then two handfuls’ worth of states to distribute equipment used in healthcare. As soon as this year, 2018, Amazon could expand into the world of prescription drugs, making its deep nationwide presence and intimidating financial stature a staunch source of worry for CVS Pharmacy, not to mention its smaller competitors in the world of pharmaceutical retailing. For more details visit Crunchbase.

In order to beef up the perceived value customers get from CVS Pharmacy, it recently began delivering patients’ medicines directly to their doorstep. CVS Pharmacy and other pharmacy benefits managers will certainly be incentivized to offer more benefits to consumers, or risk facing revenue losses potentially so substantial that they run out of business.

Both retailers are trying their hardest to own anything and everything related to healthcare consumers. Soon enough, we’ll see if that goal can be attained by Amazon, CVS Pharmacy, or, maybe even, both of them. Check out for more.

About Drew Madden

The current Managing Partner of Evergreen Healthcare Partners, Drew, is known for being innovative in his field, healthcare information technology. Drew is one of the best in IT in healthcare.

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Brian Torchin Innovates the Healthcare Field

Brian Torchin currently works as the president of Health Care Recruitment Counselors LLC. After studying at the University of Delaware and the New York Chiropractic College, Torchin earned a degree in Sports Medicine and Physical Therapy and subsequently became a Licensed Chiropractitioner. What started out as a simple passion for helping other people to achieve overall health and wellness for Torchin eventually turned into one of the top chiropractic services in the nation.

Because Torchin was able to expound on his experience as a chiropractor before launching into the business world, he was uniquely positioned to succeed in his lofty undertaking to empower others to provide top notch chiropractic care all over the country. Specifically, Torchin was able to build upon his unique ability to connect to other people to enter into the medical staffing field. Right now, his company, Health Care Recruitment Counselors LLC, is one of the largest medical staffing companies in the entire country. Although the company is based out of Philadelphia, it serves healthcare facilities all throughout the U.S. Under Torchin’s vision and leadership, the company continues to grow at a rapid pace and is poised to remain a leader in the medical staffing industry.

One of the reasons Torchin was able to create such an impressive medical staffing company is that he is constantly in touch with advancements and innovations in the field. He writes frequently on various hot topics in the medical staffing and healthcare industries and is widely consulted for his perspective on trends within the industries.  In fact Brian even posts Vimeo videos to deal with some of the biggest issues.