As the impact of COVID-19 “coronavirus” pandemic continues to unfold, we are all deeply concerned about our personal health and well-being — and that of our loved ones.Read More
Pharmaceutical distributors safely, efﬁciently and reliably deliver much-needed medicines to hundreds of thousands of pharmacies, hospitals and other healthcare facilities every day.
In collaboration with partners across the pharmaceutical supply chain, we make sure patients have the medicines and healthcare products they need.
Distributors are technology innovators, information management experts, security specialists and efﬁciency professionals, whose expertise streamlines the supply chain to reduce costs and save the nation’s healthcare system both time and money.
In a constantly evolving healthcare ecosystem, distributors are always innovating to maximize value to patients and their supply chain partners.
Distributors serve as critical partners to pharmacists in their role as counselors, educators and advocates to patients.
As an industry, we continue to develop and invest in services that allow pharmacies to increase efﬁciency and proﬁtability while consistently improving patient care.
In the Spotlight
Maintaining the integrity of the pharmaceutical supply chain in this unprecedented time would not be possible without the incredible efforts of distribution industry employees, who are working around-the-clock to move critical medicines and healthcare supplies. Read More
Across the country, frontline healthcare workers are leading COVID-19 response efforts. HDA member McKesson is taking care of its employees so they can continue to support these medical professionals every step of the way in their efforts to treat patients, maintain vital healthcare operations and support emergency responders. Read More
As the logistics experts of healthcare, distributors’ daily mission during the COVID-19 pandemic is to support a safe, efficient and resilient supply chain. Accordingly, distributors are working with partners inside and outside the healthcare community to support hospitals, pharmacies and healthcare providers. Read More
While it has only been a few months since the first American was diagnosed with COVID-19, the scope of the pandemic is one which we have never experienced before — and virtually impossible to have adequately anticipated or completely prepared for. Read More