CVS Health Names New COO March 08, 2017 By Christine Blank Jonathan C. Roberts is named Executive Vice President and COO. Four critical components for successful, value-based pharma contracts June 01, 2016 By Marc O'Connor Despite their proliferation, at-risk pharma contracts are still little more than value-based window dressing. Here are four critical components of contracts that can actually move the value meter in the right direction. Pharmacists respond: Is CVS’ acquisition of Target pharmacies a good thing? December 23, 2015 By Mark Lowery Editor Does this consolidation bode well for pharmacists? We asked pharmacists across the country to weigh in. CVS launches med sync tool August 19, 2015 By Mark Lowery Editor CVS Health recently introduced a new pharmacy service, ScriptSync, designed to enable patients with multiple Rxs to pick them up during one visit to the pharmacy. CVS, hospitals undertake naloxone pharmacy study August 10, 2015 By Christine Blank Researchers plan to study the best way to deploy pharmacy-based naloxone rescue kits to help prevent opioid overdoses and deaths. CVS settles three pharmacist-overtime lawsuits CVS has agreed to pay $7.4 million to more than 1,600 pharmacists throughout California who claimed the retail giant forced employees to work seven days in a row without paying overtime. HHS partners with CVS Health to promote Healthfinder.gov June 09, 2015 By Evan Ross CVS Health is integrating HHS' Healthfinder.gov app into its web space under the name myHealthFinder. CVS’s Omnicare acquisition signals specialty drug expansion May 26, 2015 CVS Health’s acquisition of Omnicare for $12.7 billion is expected to significantly expand the drug chain’s business in specialty pharmacy, generics and long-term care. No CVS employees injured during Baltimore looting, fires No CVS employees or customers were injured during the looting and fires at several of the company’s Baltimore locations hours after the funeral of a 25-year-old man who died in police custody. Some independent R.I. pharmacies oppose tobacco ban Rhode Island legislators recently introduced a bill that would ban pharmacies throughout the state from selling tobacco products.