As pharmacies grapple with DIR fees and work to create new revenue opportunites through expanded services, streamlining payment and reimbursement processes has taken on added importance in community pharmacy.
In its first year, Walgreens' safe medication disposal kiosk program has resulted in the collection and disposal of 72 tons of unwanted medication, or the equivalent weight of about 40 midsize cars.
In addition to hundreds of digital coupon that can be redeemed at checkout, the app includes such pharmacy features as prescription refill and transfer, as well as prescription history.
Drug Store News spoke with QS/1 interface market analyst Crystal Ratliff about how pharmacists can leverage the company's offerings to better provide care to their patients.
CVS Health is poised to boost its health innovation efforts in response to a rapid-fire series of marketplace changes. Much of the focus will center on embracing emerging health trends — from connected health technology to DNA testing.
In an era of collaborative and accountable care, outcomes-based reimbursement models, rising prescription volumes, a shrinking pool of primary care physicians and urgent cost-cutting imperatives, pharmacy retailers and their technology vendors are more closely linked than ever.
Teva has made two separate sales from its global women’s health business in an effort to repay term loan debt.
Consumers are taking more ownership in their health than ever before, and Internet search activity, particularly on mobile devices, has become an important element of consumer healthcare decision-making.
The KidCents Mobile Flu Clinic will begin its three-week tour in Pittsburgh and travel across country to Washington and California.
Health economist Jane Sarasohn-Kahn highlighted the economic stresses Americans face as they grapple with rising out-of-pocket costs at the Health Innovation Summit, co-hosted in June by CVS Health in partnership with DSN and Mack Elevation.