• August 2, 2021

Target pharmacy to boost pharmacy enrollment by 100%

Target announced it would increase pharmacy enrollment in all areas of the company by 100 percent.

Target’s announcement comes as the company struggles to expand its pharmacy network.

The company will increase the number of pharmacy locations by 1,000 over the next three years.

Target will also be doubling the number on-site pharmacy workers it employs, according to Target CEO Brian Cornell.

The move will help the company reach more people through the pharmacy channel, and increase the value of those stores. 

“We’re investing to make sure we get more people to the pharmacy, and that means more customers,” Cornell said in a statement.

“Incentives like these are the keys to getting more people in the door.

And they’re not only good for the company, they’re also good for us.” 

Target’s pharmacy network has been plagued by problems.

The chain recently announced that it was working on a new digital cardless payment option for customers to pay for prescriptions online, and is also experimenting with an app that lets people buy online and pick up at a Target store. 

The company has been criticized for its lack of transparency and its poor sales performance.

Its CEO is facing several lawsuits, and last month, Target announced that its chief financial officer would leave the company. 

According to the Wall Street Journal, Target’s pharmacy plan will cost the company $2 billion a year. 

Target announced it was adding 1,200 pharmacy locations in 2017.