Neighbourhood Pharmacies Responds to CADTH Consultation on the Development of a National Formulary

On February 25, Neighbourhood Pharmacies submitted the attached responses to the CADTH Advisory Panel on a Framework for a Prescription Drug List (Advisory Panel), to be considered in their recommendations for developing a potential pan-Canadian prescription drug list, or formulary. We believe it is vital that a pan-Canadian formulary not only preserve individual levels of care and service, but extend access to the highest level of choice and coverage equitably across Canada. Formularies must continue to provide a balanced offering of a broad scope of medications with strong supporting evidence — allowing for individualized care and patient choice.

NP Submission to CADTH Consultation On Drug Formulary