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NACDS supports March of Dimes’ #BlanketChange movement

The National Association of Chain Drug Stores is joining the March of Dimes’ #BlanketChange campaign to raise awareness of and eliminate racial and health disparities.

CVS Health encourages patients to pick up medications in preparation for Hurricane Sally

CVS Health is reminding patients to refill their prescriptions as Hurricane Sally approaches and makes landfall.

The National Association of Chain Drug Stores is urging states to act to ensure patients have access to vaccines administered at pharmacies following a new directive from the Department of Health and Human Services.

The American Pharmacists Association and Walmart are bringing free online training on opioid stewardship to all pharmacists and technicians in a program that contains 6.5 hours of training and education.

A healthcare worker giving a vaccine to a person.

The American Pharmacists Association is urging pharmacists and technicians to tell lawmakers to authorize pharmacists as healthcare providers under Medicare Part B for COVID-19 testing and/or influenza on an emergency basis.

Pending approval by Colorado Gov. Jared Polis, House Bill 20-1061, which has passed the Colorado House and Senate, will authorize pharmacists to prescribe and dispense HIV PrEP or PEP medications.

The letter, from GMDC | Retail Tomorrow, the National Grocers Association and the International Housewares Association, is aimed at encouraging collaboration and partnerships in support of smaller suppliers of "non-essential" categories.

NACDS president and CEO Steve Anderson offers a statement on racism and discusses how the organization is committing itself to diversity and inclusion efforts to help members better serve their team members and communities.

Industry organizations are urging federal and state authorities to increase security on pharmacies to prevent drug diversion and keep pharmacies open.

The San Antonio-based retailer is creating a $1 million fund president Craig Boyan said would be used to advance the conversation around race and racial inequities.

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The National Association of Chain Drug Stores is urging the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to codify reimbursement of pharmacies for COVID-19 tests at the same rate as physicians.

Drug Store News profiles nine retail employees who have gone above and beyond during the COVID-19 pandemic and made an impact on customers.

Walgreens president Richard Ashworth took to "Good Morning America" to highlight the chain's push to expand its COVID-19 testing capacity nationwide.

Walgreens storefront.

Walgreens has lowered prices on hundreds of medications available through its Prescription Savings Club, offering savings of up to 80% off its cash retail prices, as the program expands to welcome those with Medicare and Medicaid coverage.

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