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  • Mar 12, 2021
    About 18.5 million doses of the vaccine went out to states, tribes and territories this week, a slight decrease from the previous week as no new Johnson & Johnson doses were available. Of that total, nearly 3 million went to pharmacies.
  • Mar 09, 2021
    The effort from the Biden Administration aims to use health insurers to ensure the available vaccines are distributed equitably. The initiative to deliver the vaccine in an equitable manner has lagged and this new effort aims to help pick up the pace.
  • Mar 03, 2021
    On Tuesday the president said that the U.S. will have enough vaccine supply to vaccinate all adults for the coronavirus by the end of May. He credits a "stepped-up process" under his administration.

Govt. Relations - State UpdatesRead All State Updates >

  • Mar 02, 2021
    A recent article from Pharmacy Today highlights how pharmacists in different states are paid for services based on the degree to which they are recognized as providers. Read the full article to see how things are going in Washington, Iowa, Tennessee, Colorado, Ohio, North Dakota, California, and New Mexico.
  • Jan 29, 2021
    North Shore Pharmacy in Shorewood, WI, has reinvented itself since the new owners purchased the store in March of 2020. The store has been effective in its effort to deliver several hundred doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. Owner Kyle Beyer said that they have been able to be flexible and adapt quickly to meet the needs of their community.
  • Jan 29, 2021
    As a follow-up to our notice last week on the Michigan Medicaid managed care prescription program reforms to end PBM spread pricing abuses that IPC and AAPA worked on jointly to see enacted, the state mandated transparent, cost basis reimbursement to pharmacies is set to start Monday.