NACDS Thanks 65 House Members for Pushing TRICARE Pilot Congressional letter urges Defense Department to implement program to reduce costs; improve patient outcomes and access to prescription medications

May-09-17|Categories: Press Release|Tags: |

NACDS is thanking the 65 members of the House of Representatives who sent a bipartisan letter to Secretary of Defense James Mattis calling for implementation of the TRICARE Acquisition Cost Parity Pilot Program for Retail Pharmacy.

NACDS, NCPA Urge Congress to Ensure Patient Access, Pharmacy Choice in TRICARE in 2018 Defense Bill Increased copays for TRICARE patients place undue financial burdens and impede access to care for military families and veterans

Apr-05-17|Categories: Press Release|Tags: |

Washington, D.C.  – The National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) and the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) this week urged Congress to maintain access to care for military families and veterans as the […]

On HHS Nominee Price’s Healthcare Principles, Pharmacy Makes a Powerful Case

Jan-26-17|Categories: Article|Tags: , , , , |

During his Senate confirmation hearing this week and since being nominated for Secretary of Health and Human Services, U.S. Rep. Tom Price (R-Ga.) has focused on six principles of healthcare reform: affordability, accessibility, quality, innovation, […]

House Members Urge Enactment of TRICARE Pilot Urge pilot’s power to “lower overall administrative fees, preserve beneficiary choice and allow access to valuable in-person consultations”

Jul-19-16|Categories: Press Release|Tags: |

Arlington, Va. – The National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) is thanking 37 members of the U.S. House of Representatives who have sent a letter to House and Senate negotiators, urging them to […]

NACDS, NCPA Maintain Push for Pharmacy Choice in TRICARE Increased copays could result in an increase of more than $1 billion in federal spending for medical services, including Medicare

Jul-01-16|Categories: Press Release|Tags: |

Washington, D.C. – The National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) and the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) remain vigilant in communicating with Congress on not increasing TRICARE pharmacy copayments. In a

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