3 Impacts of COVID-19 on Your Star Rating Strategy
June 14, 2021
At the beginning of 2020 no one could have predicted the scope of impact COVID-19 would have on our world, let alone the healthcare industry. Since we’re not on “the other side” of the pandemic yet, what does that mean for plan sponsors setting priorities around Star Ratings? Here we discuss three pandemic-related factors to consider as Medicare plan sponsors set Star Rating strategy for the coming years.
Women in Pharmacy: How networking and grit helped a Missouri female-owned pharmacy expand
January 31, 2020
Cardinal Health’s Essential Insights featuring Melody Savley, owner of Alps Pharmacy, Alps Specialty Pharmacy and Alps Long Term Care Pharmacy, shares lessons learned in her journey as a pharmacy business owner.
Managing Chronic Kidney Disease With Medication Therapy Management
June 6, 2017
Incorporating pharmacists into multidisciplinary teams in the outpatient ambulatory care and inpatient acute care settings can circumvent major drug-related problems through the process of medication therapy management
Preparing Pharmacy for Performance-Based Reimbursement
February 3, 2020
In 2020, we expect the industry to continue moving towards value-based care and performance-based payment models that will benefit pharmacies—and most importantly, their patients.
Medication Therapy Management Offers Unique Career Opportunities
January 25, 2020
Pharmacists can play an important role in medication therapy management (MTM) services to enhance therapeutic outcomes for patients.
Retail Forecast 2020: Chain Drug Execs Look Ahead
January 6, 2020
Leading industry executives – including Debbie Weitzman and Brent Stutz of Cardinal Health – give their retail pharmacy outlook for 2020 in this Chain Drug Review article
Pharmacy Student Crowned Miss America 2020
January 2, 2020
Camille Schrier, a pharmacy student at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), has been crowned Miss America 2020
Independently Health – Independent Pharmacy 2019
December 20, 2019
See what retail independent pharmacies are saying about MTM and more in Cardinal Health’s Independently Healthy publication
DSN Honors Top Women in Retail
October 25, 2019
Drug Store News shines a spotlight on women in the mass retail industry making a difference with its Top Women in Health, Wellness and Beauty Awards
New Digital Tool Helps Pharmacies Manage COVID-19 Vaccine Demand
May 28, 2021
Outcomes™ and Fuse, the innovation engine and product development center at Cardinal Health, regularly collaborate with pharmacists to ensure solutions meet their current and future needs. During one of her conversations with Cardinal Health, Jana Bennett, RPh, head pharmacist at a Medicine Shoppe pharmacy in Sherman, Texas, shared the need for a patient scheduling solution to help her manage requests for COVID-19 vaccines in an organized, efficient manner, one that could be implemented rapidly to meet urgent needs.
Optimizing Outcomes for High-Risk Patients
February 11, 2020
Patients with complex drug regimens for multiple disease states can be at high risk for a host of complications, including worsening disease, hospitalization, medication-related problems, and increased cost. Community pharmacists are ideally placed to manage these patients in a way that can positively impact their health outcomes.
Trump Administration Announces Medicaid Opportunity
January 30, 2020
Trump Administration Announces Transformative Medicaid Healthy Adult Opportunity. CMS resets the federal-state relationship modernizing Medicaid to deliver better outcomes.
Pharmacy Associations Urge CMS to Recognize Pharmacist-Provided Services
January 24, 2020
Several pharmacy associations, including the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) and the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP), are urging the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to recognize pharmacist-provided care services.
NCPA to CMS: Recognize pharmacist services beyond dispensing
January 21, 2020
The National Community Pharmacists Association is highlighting pharmacists’ expanding role in health care to the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Age Of Personalization: New Methods For Care Delivery
January 5, 2020
Victor Crawford, CEO of the Pharmaceutical Segment at Cardinal Health, and other CEOs address new methods of delivery for care in an age of personalization
Pharmacists Can Alleviate Primary Care Shortages
December 26, 2019
Many in community pharmacy worry that there are too many pharmacists for not enough jobs—whether it’s true or not is up for debate. Physicians, however, face the opposite problem: the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) predicts a shortage of 122,000 physicians by 2032
Four Trends Impacting Pharmacists
December 9, 2019
Here’s a look at four key trends impacting the role of pharmacists and the expanding need for Medication Therapy Management (MTM)