Call it the ultimate in ‘retail therapy.’ Now you can shop for mental health services at CVS, Rite Aid and other national chains.
Pharmacies are dangling five-figure signing bonuses and competing against one another to quickly recruit pharmacists and support staff.
It’s hard to solve a problem when you barely know what’s going on.
Residents and workers at long-term-care facilities are high-priority candidates for the Covid-19 vaccines. But many are still waiting.
The Trump administration raised hopes of a speedy process for nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Patience is wearing thin.
While such treatments are promising, their use has been slowed by testing lags, overwhelmed hospitals and a perception the therapies are only for well-connected people.
There are already signs that the rollout will be messy, confusing and chaotic.
Walgreens and CVS staff will soon begin vaccinations at tens of thousands of long-term care facilities. Some staff and residents are wary, and there are thorny issues of consent.
Distributing supplies is a daunting logistical challenge, involving sophisticated tracking equipment, military contingencies and tight security.
Court filings reveal consultants’ talk of a records purge during the opioid crisis, and shed new light on sales advice given to the billionaire Sackler family and their drug company, Purdue Pharma.
Consumers are probably entitled to millions of dollars in rebates under Obamacare rules that cap companies’ profits.
The state faulted the company for prescription errors and inadequate staffing, a rare action that followed complaints at drugstore chains across the country.
New details emerge in a lawsuit asserting that chains including CVS, Rite Aid and Walgreens sold millions of pills in small towns but rarely flagged suspicious orders to authorities.
Amazon and other companies are planning to test workers for the coronavirus. But there is little federal guidance, and some fear it could lead to a false sense of security.
The president has promised enhanced testing and monitoring capabilities, thousands of ventilators and millions of masks. Here’s a status report.
Medicines to alleviate breathing difficulty, relieve pain and sedate coronavirus patients are in very high demand, depleting stock around the country.