Telehealth use is on the rise, CARES Act provides aid for healthcare companies, judge rejects pharmacies’ efforts to sue doctors over opioid crisis, and more.
New York pharmacists call on state government to expand their role in pandemic fight, multiple states reopen ACA enrollments, and more news to know.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, pharmacies across the country are on the frontlines. Here are some of the ways they are helping their communities.
The FDA okays clinical trials for chloroquine to treat COVID-19, pharmacists can now make hand sanitizers, and more news to know.
When some plans pull back DIR fees this summer, some pharmacies may see higher amounts than in prior years. Here are a few ways pharmacies can prepare.
Florida expands the role of pharmacists, Amazon is working on a vaccine for the common cold, independent pharmacies launch an insurance company, and more.
As the U.S. faces another year of the opioid epidemic, pharmacists are making substantial efforts to curb opioid misuse across communities.
Americans are skipping medically necessary prescriptions because of cost, 20 U.S. states report coronavirus cases, New Mexico caps insulin copays, and more.
The 2020 PDS Super-Conference explored the service-based pharmacy model, its benefits, and what pharmacies have to do to get there.
FIP has guidelines to help pharmacies manage the coronavirus, DIR fees reached $9 billion last year, and more news to know.