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Mar

2022

APhA reaffirms its support for pharmacists and their ability to serve all patients

Author: Renee Kalu

WASHINGTON, DC—The American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Board of Trustees issued the following statement in support of pharmacists and their ability to serve all patients, no matter of their race, creed, or identity:

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10

Mar

2022

APhA stands in solidarity with pharmacy teams serving the health care needs of Ukrainian citizens

Author: Renee Kalu

WASHINGTON, DC—The American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Board of Trustees issued the following statement in support of the pharmacy teams serving the health care and humanitarian needs of Ukrainian citizens:

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9

Mar

2022

Pharmacist groups call on Biden Administration to remove limits on prescribing COVID treatments

Modification to EUAs for Oral Antivirals Needed to Achieve Potential of “Test to Treat” Initiative

Author: Renee Kalu

WASHINGTON, D.C—Today, 14 pharmacy organizations urged the Biden Administration to remove barriers preventing pharmacists from ordering oral antivirals and expand patient access to the “Test to Treat” initiative announced last week during the State of the Union.

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7

Mar

2022

New Study: Medicare could save seniors billions by fixing Part D incentives

Author: Renee Kalu

WASHINGTON, DC and BESSEMER, AL—Plan sponsors and PBMs who manage prescription drug benefits under Medicare Part D are shifting costs and risks to America’s seniors and taxpayers by artificially inflating prescription drug costs at the pharmacy counter, according to a groundbreaking new study released today.

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3

Mar

2022

President Biden’s new "Test to Treat" initiative recognizes pharmacies, but barriers should be removed

Author: Renee Kalu

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The American Pharmacists Association (APhA) made the following statement today in response to the State of the Union address on Tuesday, March 1.

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