- Bartell to cease filling Medicaid prescriptions at 15 locations
- NACDS expresses support of FDA enforcement against rogue pharmacy Web sites
- The Little Clinic adds new insurance provider to accepted plans
- Kerr Drug evolves retail pharmacy with revamped community health center concept
- CRN launches collaborative program to educate consumers on dietary supplements
NEW YORK — More than 5,000 pharmacies in France face a strong risk of bankruptcy following government efforts to contain escalating healthcare costs, Le Parisien reported.
Citing recent data from credit insurance company Coface, the French newspaper reported that as many as 24% of the country’s 22,259 pharmacies were at risk in the face of greater government price controls.
That compares with 126 pharmacies that went out of business last year, the French paper reported.