Regulatory/Legislation

An In-Depth Review of AAHP’s 2021 Summit

July 19, 2021

Having listened to the speakers at AAHP’s 2021 Summit: Implementing HPUS Guidelines for FDA Compliance, Part 2, I came away with several thoughts that will be important to manufacturers and marketers in the coming months and years. But first a huge thank you to the presenters and the behind-the-scenes organizers of the event. As an…

Success: Implementing HPUS Guidelines for FDA Compliance, Part 2

July 16, 2021

Co-hosted by AAHP and HPCUS on June 15, the Summit: Implementing HPUS Guidelines for FDA Compliance, Part 2 was an overwhelming success from multiple perspectives. This was the second installment of a compliance program being developed by the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia Convention of the United States (HPCUS) and presented by AAHP. This program aims to develop…

117th Congress and Biden Administration Underway

February 9, 2021

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COVID-19 CARES Act Aids Availability of OTC Products

April 23, 2020

On March 27, President Trump signed into law the Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act (HR 748). This landmark legislation provides financial relief for workers, small businesses, and healthcare professionals affected by the coronavirus…

Homeopathy Mentioned Twice in FDA 2021 Budget Is Telling of Issues to Come

March 18, 2020

By Mark Land, AAHP President | In February, the White House released the President’s Fiscal Year 2021 Budget. Correspondingly, each agency publishes a detailed budget justification…

In Times of Public Health Crisis, Vulnerable Consumers Look to Us for Sound Advice

March 18, 2020

By Mark Land, AAHP President | I have experienced many infectious disease crises thus far in my lifetime and each one was characterized by fear and uncertainty…

International Coalition of Homeopathic Associations

May 14, 2021

David Skinner of the Canadian Homeopathic Pharmaceutical Association recently wrote that there is a need for an international coalition of homeopathic associations. He makes this recommendation based the perceived need to monitor and respond to the international implications of actions taken by individual regulators. David speaks of “regulatory creep,” a phenomenon whereby regulatory authorities accelerate…

Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia Convention Activities 2020–2021

May 14, 2021

In early May, Eric Foxman, AAHP Secretary and Senior Scientist with HCPUS, presented a webinar on updates and activities of the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia Convention of the United States. He noted that over the past 12 months, the HPCUS held almost 40 meetings; the pandemic circumstances forced all to be held virtually. During this time, more…

The Environment for Homeopathy in Canada

May 14, 2021

In the global context, Canada is a very small market, but the dynamics are no different than in other large markets like the United States. Above the 49th parallel, there are professional critics of all things falling outside the modern science model of support such as traditional medicines and homeopathic products. There are organizations that…

2020 Presidential & Congressional Elections: Outcome and Agenda Outlook in the 117th Congress

November 21, 2020

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AAHP monitors and reports on current federal regulations, legislation and government policies that affect the homeopathic community. AAHP is often the first to learn of regulatory changes that have both direct and indirect effects on our industry enabling members to stay ahead of the curve in a rapidly changing healthcare environment.

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