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Another State Pharmacy Benefit Manager Law Killed by 8th Cir.

The Pharmaceutical Care Management Association notched another victory in its legal battle against state laws regulating pharmacy benefit managers, when the Eighth Circuit on Friday agreed with the association that North Dakota’s statute can’t exist alongside federal benefits law.

Stimulus Talks Near Collapse Amid White House-Democratic Rancor

Negotiations on a new coronavirus relief bill edged toward the brink of collapse after a meeting Thursday between White House officials and top congressional Democrats ended with each side accusing the other of being unwilling to compromise and the biggest issues far from resolved.

Pfizer in Gilead Pact to Manufacture Remdesivir for Covid-19

Pfizer said it reached a multi-year agreement with Gilead Sciences to manufacture and supply Gilead’s investigational antiviral remdesivir, as one of multiple external manufacturing organizations supporting efforts to scale up supply of the investigational treatment for Covid-19.

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Telehealth Is Booming During Covid. Is it Here to Stay?

Millions of Americans have taken advantage of telehealth during the coronavirus pandemic, so why has it taken so long for widespread adoption?

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