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Rite Aid’s Focus on Health and Wellness: What Homeopathy Can Learn

October 22, 2020

By Ray Petrick, VP of Sales, Boiron USA   The U.S. health care market is evolving from an expensive, volume acute-care model to a cost-conscious, value model that emphasizes the prevention of health problems. Retailers such as chain drugstores and mass merchandisers are uniquely positioned to take advantage of this shift, and thus are entering…

Protected: Virtual Summit Presentations

September 23, 2020

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Notes on the Future: AAHP Outlook 2020

September 21, 2020

AAHP’s Board of Directors just completed its fourth annual strategy retreat. Together we reflected on the accomplishments, challenges, and opportunities we’ve had during this truly unprecedented year. Throughout the COVID-19 public health emergency, AAHP delivered on education, regulatory, and community outreach projects. Our Board and committee chairs are working harder than ever before; they’re engaged…

Key Findings from AAHP’s Homeopathic Shopper Report & Panel

August 25, 2020

To help homeopathic manufacturers and marketers best serve consumers during this unusual time in history, AAHP surveyed nearly 600 dedicated homeopathy users. The results might surprise you. Consumers who shared information regarding their attitudes about homeopathy, their buying habits both before and during COVID, as well as their plans in a post-pandemic economy.   About…

2019-2020 HPUS Changes: What Homeopathic Companies Need to Know

August 4, 2020

The AAHP hosted a webinar in June on Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia Updates 2019-2020: Essential Information Companies Need to Know. During the course of this concise webinar, Eric Foxman (Council on Pharmacy Chair, and member of the HPCUS Board of Directors) presented an overview of the activities of the Pharmacopeia Convention over the prior 12 months. Eric…

Two Additional Topics Expand Continuing Education Program for Pharmacists on Homeopathic Drugs

June 25, 2020

Topics on colds and flu and calendula were recently launched through Pharmacy Times Continuing Education (PTCE), division of Pharmacy Times®. Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians can receive continuing education credits after successfully completing these three-part programs. “Addressing Cold and Flu Symptoms with OTC Options: An Evaluation of Homeopathic Approaches” evaluates the interest of homeopathic medicine in…

Retail in the COVID-19 Pandemic

April 23, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic will likely be very painful formany legacy retailers such asKohl’s, J.C. Penney, and Macy’s, who are among the thousands of retailers forced to temporarily closetheirdoorsand could see an annual earnings drop of 50percent.To further complicatethis already precarious situation,other big-box retailers such as Target, Walmart Whole FoodsMarket/Amazon and Costco continue to thrive and take market share from these players even duringthisCOVID-19isolation period.

Member Meeting Recap: cGMPs, Draft Guidance, & More from AAHP

March 18, 2020

By Eric Foxman. AAHP Secretary | AAHP held a very successful Annual Member Meeting on March 6 using a video-conferencing application…

Are RCTs Really the Gold Standard of Evidence?

March 18, 2020

By Steve Mann, Director of External Regulatory Affairs, A Nelson & Co. Ltd. | Rarely do I get the opportunity to peruse the latest medical and scientific journals these days but, through some recent project work…

Online Opportunities and Responsibility

February 19, 2020

By Mark Land, AAHP President As our article on online marketing techniques shows, there’s great opportunity to increase product awareness and sales. But take caution; Do not do so at the expense of lowering the reputation of your company or the homeopathic industry. There are many tempting gray areas. One not-so-gray area is labeling an…

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