Largest 15 U.S. Pharmacies Ranked by Total Prescription Revenues

Largest 15 U.S. Pharmacies Ranked by Total Prescription Revenues, 2014
Company
CVS Health Corporation
• Retail Pharmacy
• Pharmacy Services2
Walgreen Company3
Express Scripts, Inc.
Walmart Stores, Inc.4
Rite Aid Corporation
UnitedHealth
The Kroger Company
Safeway/Albertsons
Catamaran
Target Corporation
Humana
Prime Therapeutics
Diplomat Pharmacy
Ahold
Sears Holding Corporation5
Total Top 15
Total Industry Revenues
Estimated
2014 Prescription
Stock
Revenues1
Ticker
(billions)
CVS
$47.1
$25.4
WAG
$49.4
ESRX
$38.1
WMT
$18.8
RAD
$18.1
UNH
$8.9
KR
$8.6
SWY
$4.6
CTRX
$4.0
TGT
$3.7
HUM
$3.5
Private
$3.0
DPLO
$2.1
AHONY
$2.1
Private
$1.5
$238.9
$305.8
Share of
2014
Prescription
Revenues
15.4%
8.3%
16.1%
12.4%
6.1%
5.9%
2.9%
2.8%
1.5%
1.3%
1.2%
1.1%
1.0%
0.7%
0.7%
0.5%
78.1%
100.0%
Primary Dispensing Format
Chain drugstore
Mail pharmacy
Chain drugstore
Mail pharmacy
Mass merchant with pharmacy
Chain drugstore
Mail pharmacy
Supermarket with pharmacy
Supermarket with pharmacy
Mail pharmacy
Mass merchant with pharmacy
Mail pharmacy
Mail pharmacy
Mail pharmacy
Supermarket with pharmacy
Mass merchant with pharmacy
Totals may not sum due to rounding.
1. Includes revenues from all pharmacy formats. Excludes estimated infusion services. Revenues reflect calendar year 2014, which does not
correspond to fiscal year reporting.
2. Excludes revenues from 90-day Maintenance Choice claims filled in CVS retail pharmacies. These revenues are included in Retail Pharmacy.
3. Excludes non-outpatient prescription revenues from infusion services
4. Includes Walmart and Sam’s Club stores
5. Includes Kmart
Source: Fein, Adam J., 2014–15 Economic Report on Retail, Mail, and Specialty Pharmacies, Drug Channels Institute, January 2015.
(http://drugchannelsinstitute.com/products/industry_report/pharmacy/)