Tag Archives: Pharmacy

Variations in The Specialty Pharmacy Hub Model – Pharmacy Times

Specialty pharmacy hubs have become increasingly popular in recent years, offering a wide variety of services to pharmaceutical manufacturers. Although many hubs offer similar services, no 2 specialty pharmacy hubs and no 2 hub programs are entirely alike. Each program has unique needs based on a manufacturer’s desired network, relevant disease state, services required, and… Read More »

Pharmacists Society president discusses pilot program for independent pharmacy testing – Brooklyn Reporter

Last month, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a COVID-19 testing pilot program for 5,000 independent pharmacies statewide that will result in 7,000 diagnostic tests per week and that the federal government will procure testing kits and PPE on behalf of New York State, which will in turn provide the materials to independent pharmacies. Steve Moore, president… Read More »

Pharmacy Workers Are Coming Down With COVID-19. But They Can’t Afford to Stop Working. – ProPublica

ProPublica is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power. Sign up to receive our biggest stories as soon as they’re published. At his home in the Bronx, where he lies in bed with a fever, Jose Peralta keeps replaying the scene in his head. It was Monday, March 16, the start of an unusually… Read More »

Westside Medical Center pharmacy closes after seven employees contract COVID-19 – KPTV.com

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Westside Medical Center pharmacy closes after seven employees contract COVID-19  KPTV.com Coronavirus breakout closes Kaiser Westside pharmacy, 7 staffers diagnosed positive  KGW.com Kaiser Permanente pharmacy still in operation despite outbreak  Pamplin Media Group Kaiser pharmacy closes, 7 workers test positive for virus  KOIN.com View Full Coverage on Google News "Pharmacy|Nutrition" – Google News