We have reached another pivotal moment in the fight against COVID-19: the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has authorized Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate for emergency use.Read More
Distributors are the backbone of the healthcare supply chain, connecting 180,000 healthcare providers and pharmacies with 1,400 drug manufacturers across the country.
In collaboration with partners across the supply chain, we make sure patients have the medicines and healthcare products they need.
As the logistics experts of healthcare, 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 support 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 focus on what matters most – their patients.
In the Spotlight
We have reached another pivotal moment in the fight against COVID-19: the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has authorized Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate for emergency use. Read More
On January 27, HDA joined other industry experts, public health leaders and elected officials for an insightful conversation about the manufacturing, distribution and administration of COVID-19 vaccines. Read More
During one of the most ambitious immunization campaigns in our history, HDA President and CEO Chip Davis reinforced the distribution industry’s commitment to "answering the call" when assisting the federal, state and local governments as part of a nationwide vaccination push. Read More
Since the emergence of COVID-19, HDA members have used their extensive distribution networks, logistics expertise and experience in rising to the challenge of previous public health crises to respond to the pandemic. Read More