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Pharmacy united in call for President Trump to act on DIR fee reform

Pharmacy united in call for President Trump to act on DIR fee reform

WASHINGTON — Action by the Trump Administration, Congress or both is needed now to provide relief from pharmacy direct and indirect remuneration (DIR) fees that inflate drug costs paid by patients and the government, and that force pharmacies to fill Medicare prescriptions often below cost. That was the message delivered Monday in a letter to

Congressman learns about Rx market

Congressman learns about Rx market

GREAT NECK, N.Y. — Rep. Tom Suozzi (D., N.Y.) got an education on drug cost dynamics during a tour of oncology pharmacy Onco360 here with members of the National Association of Specialty Pharmacy (NASP). Vice chairman of the Problem Solvers Caucus in the House of Representatives, Suozzi said he made the visit to learn more

NASP hails House action on retroactive Part D fees

NASP hails House action on retroactive Part D fees

WASHINGTON — The National Association of Specialty Pharmacy (NASP) has commended 54 members of the House of Representatives for urging federal agencies to eliminate retroactive Medicare Part D fees charged by big pharmacy benefit managers. The lawmakers sent a letter to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid

Lawmaker seeks insight on drug cost dilemma

Lawmaker seeks insight on drug cost dilemma

No one claims to hold “the solution” to soaring costs for prescription drugs and how Americans and payers — including government — can afford to pay for them. But strides toward unraveling the tangle of problems behind this issue won’t be made without determined attempts at substantive discussion between the public and private sectors, according

Rep. Tom Suozzi visits N.Y. specialty pharmacy

Rep. Tom Suozzi visits N.Y. specialty pharmacy

GREAT NECK, N.Y. — Rep. Tom Suozzi (D., N.Y.) gauged cost dynamics of the specialty pharmacy market in a tour of oncology pharmacy Onco360 here with members of the National Association of Specialty Pharmacy (NASP). Seeking insight on what’s driving skyrocketing drug costs and the impact on patients, Suozzi met with Sheila Arquette, executive director

National Association of Specialty Pharmacy moves to new HQ

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The National Association of Specialty Pharmacy (NASP) has relocated its headquarters to the Washington, D.C., area. NASP said Tuesday that the move is effective immediately. The new headquarters address is 1765 Duke St., Alexandria, Va., 22314. NASP staff have already moved to the new location. The association noted that the new location