StrategyElection Gift for Florida? Trump Poised to Approve Drug Imports From Canada
Industry experts say Florida is likely to be the first state to win federal approval for a drug importation plan...
Covid-19NIH 'Very Concerned' About Serious Side Effect in Coronavirus Vaccine Trial
AstraZeneca, which is running the global trial of the vaccine it produced with Oxford University, said the trial volunteer recovered...
Strategy1,100 Hospitals Press HHS to Enforce 340B Pricing
Hospital stakeholders complain that major drug makers are refusing to offer mandated drug discounts for safety-net providers.
StrategyCalifornia Rx: State May Dive Into Generic Drug Market
A bill, SB-852, opens the door for California to make its own generic drugs in the future. Gov. Gavin Newsom...
StrategyTrump Again Claims He's Bringing Down Drug Prices, But Details of How Are Skimpy
However, those executive orders are far from being implemented, and multiple experts told us it?s unlikely the measures would pass...
Covid-19Survey Finds Wide Racial Divide in Healthcare Concerns
By a nearly 2 to 1 margin, non-white adults said they are concerned about their care costs for COVID-19.
StrategyAvalere Health Analyzes Trump Drug Pricing Executive Orders
President Trump is scheduled to meet with pharmaceutical executives about the "most favored nation model" order on Tuesday.
FinanceBipartisan Bills Aim to Prevent Price Gouging for Taxpayer-funded COVID-19 Drugs
The two pieces of legislation are sponsored by Representatives Jan Schakowsky and Lloyd Doggett.
Covid-19As Problems Grow with Abbott's Fast COVID Test, FDA Standards are Under Fire
The FDA has now received a total of 106 reports of adverse events for the Abbott test.
StrategyA Senator From Arizona Emerges As A Pharma Favorite
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema has received almost $100,000 from drug companies in the current election cycle, a KHN analysis shows, one...
Covid-19Chasing the Elusive Dream of a COVID-19 Cure
Drug companies are investing billions to develop effective drugs and vaccines to help end the pandemic.
Clinical CareMask Shortage Straps Pharmacists Who Need Them To Keep Medicines Pure
A survey of hospital pharmacists found that 15% of them have already seen a "major or moderate" disruption in surgical...