The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a PBM regulation case, pharmacists are among the most trusted professionals, and more news to know.
Major pharmacy chains are suing doctors over the opioid crisis, insulin manufacturers introduce more affordable options, and more news to know.
As we look ahead to what the year holds for the industry, here are five pharmacy trends that will change the landscape this year.
A majority of pharmacies don’t provide correct drug disposal directions, Cuomo vetoes PBM bill, and more important news to know.
Obesity rates in the U.S. are expected to rise, Congress plans to increase the age to buy tobacco to 21, and more news to know this week.
Flu season is well underway, but not everyone is planning to get a flu shot. Here are a few important points to raise with patients who may be skeptical.
Senators ask CMS for a Medicare enrollment do-over due to plan finder issues, pharmacy groups applaud new bill for addressing DIR fees, and more.
UnitedHealth is launching Medicare service centers inside Walgreens locations, Alexa now orders prescription refills, and more news to know.
A special extended Open Enrollment period begins January 1, giving pharmacists another opportunity to help patients in Medicare Advantage plans.
Study says CBD may reduce or eliminate opioid use, Senators are pushing for the creation of a federal agency to monitor drug prices, and more news to know.