Historic Drug Shortages Persist Through 2023

Since the spring, historic drug shortages have been straining hospital budgets, disrupting patient care, commanding the attention of the White House and Congress, and rising to the level of what some experts consider a public health emergency. New drug shortages increased nearly 30% from 2021 to 2022, affecting over 300 medications by fall of 2023. Generics of many of the most common oncology and chemotherapy drugs are in short supply, as well as medications for ADHD, popular new medicines for…
By: Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP
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