Reimbursement reform tops list of priorities, from DIR fees to rebates.
The groups say the state has intentionally suppressed dispensing fees to reimburse pharmacies that service Medicaid patients.
The 2018 NCPA Digest revealed that 92% of revenue for independents comes from prescription drugs, but margins are hampered by low reimbursement rates.
CHPA says over $146 billion and countless productivity hours are saved by the availability and accessibility of OTC medications and products.
Three pharmacy groups sue Washington State over Medicaid Program.
What’s the difference between a challenge and an opportunity? In 2018, for pharmacy, they may be the same thing.
The chain allegedly failed to disclose discounted prescription drugs.
An independent community pharmacy was busted in a Medicare fraud investigation.
Medicare Part D recipients are most concerned about prescription drug costs—and their co-pay costs are the most important factor when choosing a pharmacy.