NACDS TSE to Feature Former Secretary of State John Kerry Global issues on the agenda as Kerry welcomes attendees to home state
Global issues on the agenda as Kerry welcomes attendees to home state.
Based on pharmacists’ experiences, new policies build on existing initiatives to prevent abuse and to protect pain treatment.
Grassroots engagement supporting Phair Pricing Act is crucial for pharmacy viability and to reduce seniors' out-of-pocket drug costs.
NCPA and NACDS: "We are disappointed and frustrated that this final rule fails to finalize pharmacy DIR reform as proposed, to the detriment of seniors and community pharmacies. Our organizations have been joined by many pharmacists, pharmacy stakeholder groups, patient advocacy organizations, patients, and members of Congress in advocating that all pharmacy price concessions be included at the point of sale – or eliminated altogether – to provide senior patients with lower costs and pharmacies with more certainty..."
Medium post urges action on DIR fee relief in final Medicare rule.
NACDS Chairman Chris Lane, executive vice president of Wakefern Food Corp./ShopRite, spoke during an NACDS Annual Meeting Business Program about the “big tent” approach to achieving the Association’s vision for healthcare, health and wellness, and retail.
This year, the Foundation distributed six merit-based scholarship awards in the amount of $20,000 in order to fund patient-centered, community-based coursework or other curriculum innovations. Additionally, two diversity scholarship winners were selected to each receive $15,000 grants.
Chris Lane, executive vice president of Wakefern Food Corp./ShopRite, will serve as the new chairman of the NACDS Board of Directors, succeeding Mark Panzer, senior vice president of pharmacy, health and wellness with Albertsons Companies, who completed his term and will remain on the NACDS Board of Directors.
Mark Panzer, NACDS chairman of the Board and senior vice president, pharmacy, health and wellness, Albertsons Companies, delivered remarks during Sunday's Business Program at the 2019 NACDS Annual Meeting.
The Hill publishes column on bill that would serve as a “safety” mechanism for the use of opioids in treating temporary, or acute, pain.