Illinois lawmakers have approved a pilot program that would place locking devices on some pharmacy painkiller prescriptions.
An Oklahoma pharmacy has agreed not to provide Missouri with a made-to-order drug for an inmate’s execution scheduled for later this month, according to court documents filed Monday.
The measure, which was sent to the House by a 24-9 Senate vote, was touted by its sponsor as a way to protect the rights of business owners.
It’s been six months since the nationwide Tylenol shortage left shelves bare, and it appears no relief is in sight.
St. Louis based pharmacy benefits manager is hoping to predict who’s most at-risk for not taking recommended drugs.
Pharmacy chain CEO says outlook is not good for new deal before January 1, 2012.