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.
CRN speaker Charlie Cook has a longstanding reputation as a trustworthy and accurate voice on politics in Washington, spanning more than two decades.
The National Community Pharmacists Association’s Michael Rule outlines the ways that members of Congress are urging the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid service to finalize a guidance on DIR fees.
The Council for Responsbile Nutrition will be hosting a webinar to share how the FDA's latest NDI draft guidance will impact industry.
With generic drugs saving the healthcare system millions of dollars, Drug Store News caught up with Jim Cannon, Greenstone VP and general manager, to discuss authorized generics.
A CDC study found that vaccinated people 50 years and older were 57% less likely to be hospitalized from flu than unvaccinated people.
DSN associate editor David Salazar examines chain pharmacy, including in-depth coverage of pharmacy spending, telehealth, generics and technology, in this multi-page report.
As some companies prepare to market their biosimilars, others are still in development. At the end of 2015, the IMS Institute noted that there were five biosimilars in the pre-registration phase of development.
Total spending on products whose patents expired between 2012 and 2015 declined by $14.2 billion last year, according to IMS Health’s Institute for Health Care informatics. And 2016 could bring about further cost reductions.
"In Brazil, the Ministry of Health recently issued a statement indicating pregnant women should use condoms specifically mentioning the female condom to prevent the transmission of Zika," Female Health Company noted.