With the release of Congress’ Conference Report for the National Defense Authorization Acts come concerns over the bill’s impact on TRICARE beneficiaries.
The National Association of Chain Drug Stores on Friday released a letter to the editor in response to a Sept. 5 article in The Washington Post about efforts to improve medication adherence through research and patient-focused strategies.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Tuesday announced plans that would reduce out-of-pocket drug costs for many American consumers should she be elected President of the United States.
A recent Harris Poll found that one-half of households use OTC medicines to treat a chronic or recurring condition. These families would particularly benefit from OTC eligibility in FSAs and HSAs.
A new drug before the Food and Drug Administration would track adherence.
Caridiologist Robert Califf is currently the FDA’s deputy commissioner for medical products and tobacco, a post he has held since March.
In order to get the recommended 18 milligrams of iron per day through food, you’d need to eat 45 ounces of chicken breast.
NY AG renews efforts against dietary supplement industry with 13 new cease-and-desist letters.
There is concern that industry consolidation in the healthcare sector may hamper patient access and the ability of community pharmacists to provide care.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has launced its new program, “Prescription Drug Overdose: Prevention for States,” which aims to invest in 16 states currently battling an epidemic of prescription drug overdoses.