Posts tagged VA

Medicare Part D beneficiaries are two to three times more likely than those covered by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to be prescribed brand name diabetes drugs rather than generics, a new study suggests.

Medicare Part D beneficiaries are two to three times more likely than those covered by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to be prescribed brand name diabetes drugs rather than generics, a new study suggests.

McKesson Awarded $2.61 billion Contract from DoD

McKesson Awarded $2.61 billion Contract from DoD

Reforms put in place by the Department of Veterans Affairs to prevent the routine purchase of pharmaceuticals in violation of federal contracting laws have improved the VA procurement system but failed to eliminate improper practices.

Reforms put in place by the Department of Veterans Affairs to prevent the routine purchase of pharmaceuticals in violation of federal contracting laws have improved the VA procurement system but failed to eliminate improper practices.

After two years, the Veterans Affairs (VA) issued its final rule on promotion by pharmaceutical sales representatives.

After two years, the Veterans Affairs (VA) issued its final rule on promotion by pharmaceutical sales representatives.

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs may have improperly spent billions of dollars on purchases including pharmaceuticals.

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs may have improperly spent billions of dollars on purchases including pharmaceuticals.

An on-site infectious disease consultation service at a Veterans Affairs  (VA) long-term care facility led to a significant decrease in the  overall use of antimicrobials, oral agents, and especially  fluoroquinolones.

An on-site infectious disease consultation service at a Veterans Affairs (VA) long-term care facility led to a significant decrease in the overall use of antimicrobials, oral agents, and especially fluoroquinolones.

Veterans Affairs to stop using Roche AG’s cancer drug Avastin to treat an eye disease as it investigates reports of serious infections and blindness.

Veterans Affairs to stop using Roche AG’s cancer drug Avastin to treat an eye disease as it investigates reports of serious infections and blindness.