CPhA Releases New Study on Pharmacy Services

Wed, Apr 26, 2017

Canada-wide implementation of three pharmacy services could yield cumulative cost savings between $2.5 billion and $25.7 billion over the next 20 years, depending on the level of uptake of these services, according to a new report released on Tuesday by The Conference Board of Canada. For the CPhA press release, click here. For the full report, click here

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