What to do About Rising Health-Care Costs? March 30, 2017By Nicholas HammTaking a clear-eyed look at the cost of health care can reduce waste. What’s in the Specialty Pharmacy Pipeline?Biosimilars, cancer drugs, and orphan drugs are heading towards FDA approval in 2017. New York City Program Aims to Slash Opioid Deaths March 28, 2017By Christine BlankWhat New York City is doing to curb the opioid epidemic. Roundup of the APhA 2017 Annual Meeting and Exposition March 27, 2017By Anthony VecchioneThis year's meeting highlighted the opioid epidemic and ways pharmacists can improve patient care. Small Doses: News for PharmacistsThis week, take a look at studies and news on supplements, depression, opioids, and more. Small doses is the news you need in a way that works for you. Pharmacists to Descend on Washington March 24, 2017By Christine BlankDIR fees and health-care reform will lead pharmacists’ legislative concerns. EpiPens Recalled Overseas Due to Reported FailuresTwo device failures lead Mylan to recall more than 80,000 EpiPens overseas. Study Finds Nearly Half a Million Deaths Prevented in the United States by Vaccines March 22, 2017By Jill SederstromOver 55 years, 450,000 people stayed alive and 200 million people stayed well in the United States because of vaccines. Early Studies of Needle-Free Vaccine Delivery System Show Promise March 22, 2017By Jill SederstromA pill-like device that pumps vaccine into the mouth may make syringes obsolete.