In this special report, Drug Store News takes an in-depth look at community pharmacy and its growing role in helping to lower healthcare costs and expand patient access in the United States.
When the expansion is complete, medication disposal kiosks will be available in approximately 1,500 Walgreens stores nationwide.
American Pharmacists Month will see APhA hosting a Capitol Hill health Fair on Oct. 11, at which members of Congress, their staff and the general public can get flu shots and health screenings, including bone density, glucose, cholesterol, blood pressure and body composition tests.
The report evaluates the impact of the Improving Improving Transparency and Accuracy in Medicare Part D Drug Spending Act, which has been introduced in both the Senate and House of Representatives and prohibits retroactive pharmacy payment reductions as claims without any defect, impropriety or fraud in Medicare Part D.
Thrifty White recently introduced the dedicated diabetes pilot across 20 markets with plans to roll out the program to all stores in October.
A recently introduced bill from Reps. Katherine Clark, D-Mass., and Markwayne Mullin, R-Okla., has garnered interest from longtime proponents of e-prescribing in the retail pharmacy industry.
The retail pharmacy community, along with its supplier partners, are setting the stage to recovery for those in the Gulf Coast region impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
Retail pharmacy supplier community steps up to the plate, helping communities across Texas and Louisiana recover from the remnants of Hurricane Harvey.