Results from a new Massachusetts Health Policy Commission report.
Health Law & Policy
Suit filed in Connecticut alleges companies conspired to inflate prices on more than 100 generic drugs.
Progressive Ohio law adds pharmacists as a key patient care team member.
What you need to know about the 340B litigations.
Two Arizona pharmacists made headlines when it seems they may have not adhered to the Oath of the Pharmacist.
Although requests for measles vaccinations are increasing, pharmacists may be limited by state laws.
Using healthcare professionals to market products is not illegal, but has gained considerable scrutiny from authorities.
The Nevada law to fight high diabetes drug prices has stumbled.
Leaders of the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) and hundreds of its members were in Washington, DC, last week for a two-day advocacy-focused conference. They hope to garner support from Congress for leveling the playing field between pharmacy benefit managers (PBM) and independent community pharmacies.