How to save on Rite Aid pharmacy hours
A recent article in The Times of India’s Business Day blog suggested that consumers should take advantage of free pharmacy hours.
That article said that “a company in the pharma space can set its own hours for the dispensing of medication.”
The company in question is Rite Aid, a pharmacy that supplies medications to more than 30 million Indian patients.
But Rite Aid isn’t the only pharmacy that offers a free pharmacy option.
According to a recent study, there are over 50 other pharmacy chains in India, including Walgreens, Johnson & Johnson, Alibris, and Tata.
It’s unclear how many of these are open 24/7, but the study found that the average pharmacy chain in India has no fewer than 20 pharmacies that are open during the day, according to the study.
While some of the chains are opening at least seven days a week, others only open a couple of days a month.
According the study, the average amount of pharmacy hours spent per day is between 11 and 12 hours.
The study also found that when it comes to free pharmacy days, Indian pharmacies tend to spend more on the day-to-day care of their patients, while those that are opening on weekends are spending more on their day-long services.
The Times article noted that “Rite Aid, which has a global presence, has an average pharmacy hours spend of Rs 1,000 a day.
Walgins, the country’s largest pharmacy chain, has a pharmacy hours per day spend of around Rs 2,000.”
But according to data compiled by the company, the company’s pharmacy hours are not on par with the average for other chains, such as Tata and Alibis.
“The average pharmacy spend per pharmacy is Rs 2.8 lakh.
This compares to the Rs 9.5 lakh spent by Tata and Rs 10.6 lakh spent on Alibris.
These are the average spend per day of both companies,” said a spokesperson for Rite Aid in an email.
In addition to the free pharmacy, Rite Aid has also launched a new app, called Million-A-Day, which lets its customers see how much they can spend per prescription for the day.
This app will allow the company to show the total number of prescriptions that can be filled, and the average daily spend for the month, based on the number of pills dispensed per day.
According to the spokesperson, “The average spend of the app is Rs 1.6 crore.
We will continue to improve the app in the coming months.
This will help us to provide better pharmacy hours for our customers.”