CVS Pharmacy

Five questions for CVS Health’s Troyen A. Brennan, MD, MPHCVS Health’s Troyen A. Brennan, MD, MPH, brings attention to a unique specialty pharmacy model and value-based contracting.
CVS Launches New PBM Pharmacy Network, NCPA Responds
CVS Launches New PBM Pharmacy Network, NCPA RespondsThe new network will feature thousands of independents, but NCPA has reservations.
CVS Aims to Simplify Med Management
CVS Aims to Simplify Med ManagementThe new ScriptPath Prescription Schedule system is expected to help patients and pharmacists.
Marsh Sells all Pharmacies to CVSMarsh Supermarkets announced that it is selling its pharmacy operations.
Pharmacies: The First Line of Defense Against the FluPharmacists guide and counsel patients about flu prevention and treatment.
CVS and VSP: What the new deal means for you
CVS and VSP: What the new deal means for youCVS announced that it would work with VSP to begin providing vision care services at five of its stores in the Baltimore and Washington DC areas, raising concerns among independent eyecare providers in Maryland.
Judge refuses to dismiss defamation lawsuit against CVSA judge has ruled that a doctor’s defamation lawsuit against CVS Pharmacy can proceed, denying the chain’s argument that alleged comments from pharmacy employees were protected by a recognized privilege.
Pharmacists fight back: Age discrimination lawsuits in retail pharmacyDrug Topics readers had plenty to say about our recent article on metrics used against older pharmacists. So did readers of The Cynical Pharmacist, when they got wind of it. Here's a sample.
CVS sued for suspected fraudulent Rx reimbursementsCVS Pharmacy is once again in hot water regarding its handling and dispensing of controlled substances—this time being sued by an insurer and 18 states that claim the pharmacy chain collected hundreds of millions for invalid prescriptions that were diverted to the black market.