While flu activity remains relatively low across most of the U.S., The Walgreens Flu Index data is tracking increased flu activity in the South and West regions.
A new company is looking to make generics cheaper for consumers, whether they have insurance or not.
QS/1’s certification covers the processing of new EMV chip cards as well as end-to-end encryption of credit card data and the tokenizing of card data for customers who store it for recurring charges.
As part of the Case Management program, Accordant manages care transitions and identifies and prevents potential problems to help members avoid emergency room visits and extended hospital stays.
Among the survey’s findings is the fact that when it comes to prescriptions, many respondents trust their pharmacist’s advice.
As part of Garmin and higi's partnership, the “Go Green, Go Garmin” challenge will launch on March 1, allowing participants to register on higi.com or at their local higi kiosk for the opportunity to win Garmin devices and merchandise.
Patients whose health system uses the Zipnosis platform go through an adaptive interview, can be triaged using a phone or video encounter, and now with ZipTicket can get a boarding pass for rapid tests for such conditions as strep throat.
James Robinson will replace retiring president of Americas operations Masao Yoshida, effective April 1.
Walgreens will install safe medication disposal kiosks in more than 500 drug stores in 39 states and make naloxon available without a prescription at its pharmacies in 35 states.
Responding to patient feedback, the Jean Coutu Group rolled out the latest version of its Health Record, a patient-pharmacist engagement tool.