Georgia is the last state in the southeast to adopt NPLEx, as all of its neighboring states – South Carolina, Florida, Alabama, Tennessee and North Carolina – adopted the system in previous years.
CMS' final rule includes an NACDS-backed provision to strengthen patient access to care.
By combining all of the necessary blood glucose testing supplies into a convenient, self-contained 10-test cartridge, POGO provides ease of use and discretion for millions of patients.
According to the most recent data from the FDA’s Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health study, 31.8% of rural, white males 12-17 years of age are either experimenting with, or at-risk for, using smokeless tobacco.
Since being hired by the UFC in 2015, Jeff Novitzky has crafted and implemented the strictest drug-testing program in professional sports conducted by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency.
The Ensuring Patient Access and Effective Drug Enforcement Act of 2016 seeks to increase collaboration between health and enforcement bodies on drug abuse solutions.
A new bill looks to push the FDA into rewriting a guidance on generic drug and biosimilar naming by withholding funding unless it meets Congress’ requests.
In 2015, the OGD granted 580 approvals and 146 tentative approvals, including 99 in December alone – the largest number of drug approvals given out in a single month.
Biologic medications — nine of which were among the Food and Drug Administration’s approvals in 2015 — constitute a big portion of the specialty market.