How would you feel if you went to the doctor and he/she reported to you that your pharmacy had notified him/her that you were not adhering to your medication regiment, that is, you were not taking your medications as prescribed? Intrusive?
CVS has taken it upon themselves to do just that. Is it UN connected? Absolutely. To start, here is a list of CVS pharmacies. Is your pharmacy listed? Like United Health Group being the largest world health insurance group, CVS is the largest pharmacy chain in the United States, they have been buying everyone out. Corporate control through the UN. They have also been involved in numerous lawsuits and other illegal activity as outlined by both links.
CVS is partially owned by UN business partner Goldman Sachs. Their accounting firm is none other than Ernst & Young, another UN business partner.
CVS used a study by none other than two UN NGOS, Harvard University and Brigham and Women's Hospital to justify intrusive medication adherence monitoring. The goal of medication adherence is of course to reduce health care costs, because if you take your medication like you are suppose to then you won't get sick as much. Does this justify intruding into the relationship between a doctor and their patient? To the UN it does. CVS actually sends out letters to providers telling them the patient is not adhering to their medication prescription based on the patient picking up their refills on time. They even reference the World Health Organization, an arm of the UN.
Here is their Corporate Social Responsibility and commitment to "human rights" and diversity, as dictated by the UN.
CVS also belongs to the National League of Cities, a UN NGO. The National League of Cities has a prescription discount card just for you. Perfect way for the UN to track more information on you, even if you are taking your medication as prescribed. And if you have complex medical issues they have another place to get more detailed information about you, the specialty pharmacy services.
The bottom line is that this is another example by which the UN has taken hold of the United States with their goal of corporate governance and they continue to successfully gather data on each of us to use for social and behavior reform as outlined by Agenda 21.