think out of the box by having their pharmacists mingle amongst their customers a little more. They call it a "reinvention of the pharmacist's role". Really? How the heck is that a new idea? The real issue is that pharmacists, like physicians, have been burdened by so much administrative work that it takes them away from their patients. And it will only get worse. The article mentions this and how Walgreens is trying to relieve the pharmacists of that bureaucratic drag. And that is revolutionary? It always amazes me when the "new ideas" are really "old ideas". It's called Authentic Medicine and we need to stop listening to the same idiots and the new paradigms that they come up with and just stick with being human.