SCPC Statement on Importance of Including LTC Pharmacies in COVID Relief Funding

Provider Relief Fund Must Not Overlook Long-Term Care Pharmacies Washington, DC – In advance of the Department of Health and Human Services allocating assistance from the Provider Relief Fund, the Senior Care Pharmacy Coalition (SCPC) today offered the following statement from SCPC President and CEO, Alan Rosenbloom: As the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) determines Provider read more…

SCPC Statement on Congressional Evaluation of COVID-19 Vaccination Efforts

Existing Long-Term Care Pharmacy Infrastructure Well Positioned to Help Speed Vaccine Distribution Washington, DC – In advance of this week’s House Energy and Commerce hearings on oversight and improving COVID-19 vaccine distribution, the Senior Care Pharmacy Coalition (SCPC) today offered the following statement from SCPC President and CEO, Alan Rosenbloom: “SCPC applauds the House Energy read more…

SCPC Seeks Specific Guidance on COVID-19 Vaccine Access for Patient-Facing Long-Term Care Pharmacy Staff

By Overlooking Necessary Health Care Personnel Who Provide Essential Services in Long Term Care Facilities, Public-Health Decision Makers Put Patients at Greater Risk Washington, DC – The Senior Care Pharmacy Coalition (SCPC) issued letters to federal and state officials yesterday seeking specific guidance on COVID-19 vaccine access for patient-facing long-term care (LTC) pharmacy health care read more…

SCPC Disappointed That HHS Again Ignores Needed Relief Request from Long-Term Care Pharmacies

Latest Distribution Fails to Aid Industry Facing Significant Financial Hardship While Caring for Most Vulnerable Patients Washington, DC – The Senior Care Pharmacy Coalition (SCPC) today expressed disappointment that the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) once again ignored long-term care (LTC) pharmacies in releasing Phase 3 COVID-19 Provider Relief Fund (PRF) dollars to read more…

SCPC Applauds Supreme Court Ruling in Favor of State Regulation of Pharmacy Benefit Managers

Rutledge v. PCMA is an Important Step Toward Limiting PBM Oligopolistic Business Practices Washington, DC – The Senior Care Pharmacy Coalition (SCPC) today praised the recent Supreme Court decision, Rutledge v. Pharmaceutical Care Management Association, which upheld an Arkansas law that regulates pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) to protect long-term care (LTC) and other independent pharmacies read more…

HHS Fails to Address Pandemic Relief for Long-Term Care Pharmacies

SCPC Warns Support is Needed to Maintain Patient Care while LTC Facilities Manage Latest COVID Spike and LTC Pharmacies Prepare for Vaccine Distribution  Washington, DC – The Senior Care Pharmacy Coalition (SCPC) today expressed disappointment that, despite months of discussions, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has failed to assure reasonable pandemic relief read more…

SCPC Stresses Importance of Utilizing Existing LTC Pharmacies to Ensure Quick and Efficient Vaccine Delivery to LTC Patients and Health Care Workers

Organization Praises Elements of Operation Warp Speed COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Strategy, Notes Adequate Resources, Use of Existing LTC Pharmacy Infrastructure Keys to Success Washington, DC –  The Senior Care Pharmacy Coalition (SCPC) today praised the rollout of the President’s Operation Warp Speed vaccine distribution plan while stressing the importance of using the existing long-term care read more…

SCPC Calls for Expanded Provider Relief Following HHS Announcement

Private-Pay Assisted Living Facilities May Now Apply for CARES Funding, but Essential “Behind the Scenes” Long-Term Care Pharmacies Are Still Left in Limbo Washington, DC –  The Senior Care Pharmacy Coalition (SCPC) is encouraged by the recent announcement from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) that private-pay-only assisted living facilities (ALFs) qualify read more…

SCPC Applauds Introduction of Legislation Establishing Federal Definition of Long-Term Care Pharmacy

The Long-Term Care Pharmacy Definition Act of 2020 Introduced to Establish a Clear Statutory Definition and Alleviate Current Regulatory Chaos and Jurisdictional Confusion Washington, DC – The Senior Care Pharmacy Coalition (SCPC) today applauded the introduction of The Long-Term Care Pharmacy Definition Act of 2020, which was introduced by U.S. Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) and read more…

Long-Term Care Pharmacy Leaders Request Urgent COVID-19 Relief from Congressional Leaders

Letter to Congress Requests Immediate Action to Provide Relief for LTC Pharmacies Serving Most Vulnerable Patients in Nursing Homes, Other LTC Facilities Washington, DC – Leaders from 12 of the largest long-term care (LTC) pharmacies in the country, representing more than 25% of the LTC pharmacy sector, have sent a letter to Congressional leadership requesting read more…

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