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3/27/15 - Reports on Information Systems Findings from Linnaeus University Provide New Insights (Implementation of information systems at pharmacies - A case...
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Drug Week Investigators publish new report on Information Systems. According to news reporting out of Kalmar, Sweden, by NewsRx editors, research stated, "When the Swedish pharmacy market was re-regulated in 2009, Sweden moved from one state-owned pharmacy chain to several private pharmacy companies, and fo
3/26/15 - Moberg Pharma Announces Issue of U.S. Patent for Kerasal Nail [Global Data Point]
Moberg Pharma is pursuing corresponding patent approval in all major territories.&# x0D;. Based on this innovation, Moberg Pharma launched the second generation of its market leading product Kerasal Nail in the U.S. last year in major drugstores including CVS, Walgreens and Rite-Aid, mass retailers including Walmart and Target and leading grocer
3/25/15 - Fred's to Acquire EntrustRx Specialty Pharmacy
Fred's, Inc. today announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire Reeves-Sain Drug Store, Inc., a private specialty and retail pharmacy company based in the greater Nashville, Tennessee area. The acquisition includes both EntrustRx, a specialty pharmacy operation that has a strong regional presence in the Southeast serviced from facilities in
3/25/15 - Fred's to acquire specialty pharmacy company for $66M [The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tenn.]
March 25 Memphis discount retailer Fred's Inc. will buy a Middle Tennessee distributor of special medicines for $66 million. Fred's, which runs pharmacies in its chain stores, said Wednesday an agreement was signed to acquire Reeves-Sain Drug Store Inc. of Murfreesboro and its $220 million EntrustRx medicine distribution business. The company, wh
3/25/15 - Marijuana vending machines debated [Columbia Basin Herald, Moses Lake, Wash.]
March 24 OLYMPIA A bill proposed in the Senate would prohibit marijuana from being sold in drive-throughs and vending machines, a measure Grant County marijuana retailers support. If passed, Senate Bill 5903 would prohibit the Washington State Liquor Control Board from issuing licenses to any marijuana retailer that allows customers to purchase
3/25/15 - TyraTech Gets Vamousse Treatment Into Second-Largest US Pharmacy Chain
LONDON- TyraTech Inc Wednesday said it had secured listings for its Vamousse headlice treatment in the second-largest pharmacy chain in the US, continuing a run of success in getting the product into key chains in both the US and UK. TyraTech said it expects that its Vamousse Treatment product will be available in the majority of CVS stores in the
3/24/15 - Reports on Information Systems Findings from Linnaeus University Provide New Insights (Implementation of information systems at pharmacies - A case...
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Information Technology Newsweekly Investigators publish new report on Information Systems. According to news reporting out of Kalmar, Sweden, by VerticalNews editors, research stated, "When the Swedish pharmacy market was re-regulated in 2009, Sweden moved from one state-owned pharmacy chain to several priv
3/23/15 - Made in the USA Foundation Files FDA Complaint Against Major Drug Retailers
The FDA complaint is part of the Made in the USA Foundation Project COLD: Country of Origin Labeling for Drugs project. The complaint cites FDA, U.S. Customs and International Trade Commission rulings and regulations that require the drug labeling. In 2014, inspectors from the FDA investigated 160 drug plants in India.
3/23/15 - New Washington State Mandate Will Raise Prescription Drug Costs for State Programs, Employers, Unions
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Pharma Business Week A bill in the Washington legislature would force employers, unions, taxpayers, and public programs to pay drugstores more for prescription drugs, the Pharmaceutical Care Management Association said. A fiscal analysis by the Office of Financial Management asserts that just one provision
3/23/15 - People's Pharmacy: Soaring generic drug prices squeeze patients [The Charlotte Observer]
March 23 Q: Has anyone done some investigative journalism to expose why several generic medication prices have skyrocketed? Digoxin is a heart drug first sold in 1939. Last year, one person purchased a three-month supply for $12. Today, it's $99.99 at a major pharmacy chain.
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