NACDS RxIMPACT pharmacy tours engage members of Congress and their staff on the vital healthcare services pharmacists provide on a daily basis.
NACDS Lauds Senate Panel’s Action on Bill to End “Gag Clauses” S. 2554, the Patient Right to Know Drug Prices Act, helps pharmacies help patients even more in reducing out-of-pocket prescription drug costs
The Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee passed legislation by Sen. Sue Collins (R-ME) that would do away with efforts to prevent pharmacists from informing patients when a medication can be purchased at a lower price without using insurance.
An extremely effective NACDS RxIMPACT pharmacy tour this week exemplifies the value of speaking directly to members of Congress and their staff members on critical issues facing pharmacy right now.
NACDS Touts Pharmacists’ Diabetes Management, Prevention Roles Morning Consult op-ed highlights CDC’s new diabetes guide for pharmacists, NACDS' community engagement report
An NACDS op-ed published by Morning Consult describes the role of community pharmacy practice and of NACDS members’ philanthropic initiatives in helping to prevent and manage diabetes.
A new report makes a compelling, evidence-based case for expanding the role of pharmacy technicians to enhance pharmacist-provided patient care.
NACDS partnered with stakeholders to create a tip sheet for ob-gyns to implement an immunization referral system with healthcare entities, including pharmacies.
In a statement to the Senate Finance Committee this week on the challenges of healthcare and ways to improve it in rural America, NACDS honed in on key contributions pharmacy provides in rural communities.
Discussion topics included enhancing pharmacists’ scope-of-practice; accountable care organizations; the role of pharmacy technicians in optimizing patient care; advancing medication therapy management; and more.
A new study published in the Journal of the American Pharmacists Association shows that pharmacy-based immunization services have markedly increased since immunizations became more accessible in pharmacies.