The trade group submitted a statement to Congress opposing the Border Adjustment Tax.
The retail CEO added the U.S. tax code is “broken,” and noted the BAT would more than double the retailer's tax rate to 75%, making it difficult for Target to invest in hiring workers and opening new stores in the United States.
President recommends reductions in spending on both programs with a goal to balance the budget within 10 years.
Among NCPA’s comments were notes about what it sees as the need to address direct and indirect remuneration, or DIR, fees; requests to standardize how Medicare Part D plans measure pharmacy quality; and other efforts to improve patient access to medication and pharmacy services
Clinical abstracts from the studies being presented focus primarily on Walgreens’ efforts to improve medication adherence and patient outcomes through various pharmacy initiatives.
It’s hard to argue against making sure every American has basic health insurance. The reality is that Americans have been paying through the nose for years to cover the costs of the uninsured that go without routine, basic care only to wind up later in the emergency room, or on the operating table.
The Journal of the American Geriatric Society has projected that the cost for the first year of hearing loss treatment in older adults will reach $51 billion nationwide by 2030.
The Natural Products Association on Tuesday expressed support of the reorganization of the Office of Regulatory Affairs by FDA.
In Kalorama’s most recent report on retail clinics, the company estimated there were more than 2,200 retail clinics and that those clinics will generate revenues of $1.4 billion this year.
Steve Anderson participated in a listening session, one of a series of events intended to gather information and policy ideas from a wide variety of stakeholders which relate to the affordability, accessibility and availability of drugs for patients.