A judge has reinstated the pharmacy license of a former Rhode Island state senator who mistakenly gave morphine to an infant and a toddler.
Until now, DEA has interpreted the Controlled Substances Act in its own special way. Now two senators launch legislation geared to the needs of everyone else.
In 36 states, a pharmacist's apology will not be construed as an admission of liability. In the other states, it's a different story.
The documents seek to clarify the regulatory process for compounders of sterile human drugs.
Patients should decide how a pharmacy can best communicate with patients. And they can use a very American way to make their feelings known.
CVS Health’s pharmacy benefits management company will pay $6 million to settle federal charges it failed to reimburse Medicaid for prescription costs also covered by private plans, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
A federal appeals court upheld an Alameda County, California ordinance that requires drug manufacturers to pay disposal costs for unused medications.
The West Virginia Board of Pharmacy has created a list of suspected “doctor shoppers” and given it to law enforcement officials, according to a report in the Charleston Gazette.
Federal agents Thursday arrested the former supervising pharmacist of New England Compounding Center in Massachusetts, which in 2012 provided tainted drugs that led to a fungal meningitis outbreak that killed 64 people and sickened more than 700.