The state of Illinois will launch a pilot program next year to try to answer that question.
The product-tracing deadline has been extended to November 1. Other requirements are on schedule. Here's what you have to do, and when you have to do it.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf recently signed legislation that allows children as young as nine to receive flu vaccinations at local pharmacies.
California Governor Jerry Brown recently signed a bill into law that eliminates religious and other personal exemptions some parents previously used to keep their children from getting vaccinations that prevent communicable diseases.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has signed legislation that authorizes pharmacists in that state to be paid for clinical services and expands collaborative practice agreements.
A groundbreaking bill passes in Washington state, CVS Health to buy Omnivore, FIP in Dusseldorf, and more.
More than 500 CEOs of hospitals and health systems urged Congress to protect the 340B drug pricing program, which helps fund free and low-cost medication access and clinics for the underserved.
When pharmacists achieve provider status, patients will benefit, payers will save on costs, and providers will get an assist. So what's holding things up?
Under universal healthcare, no U.S. resident will be denied healthcare services. And the chief service deniers — and payment refusers — will be restructured or gone.