Chronic drug shortages impact patient care across the United States. Our mission is to provide quality generic medicines that are available and affordable to everyone.
Member hospital teams and their patients now have reliable access to over 50 Civica medicines, including those used to help fight COVID-19.
Civica Rx CEO Martin VanTrieste participated in the November 27th, 2018 FDA Workshop on Drug Shortages at Duke University. ...
Martin was recently a key note speaker at the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists (ASCP) Annual Meeting and participated in a post-event podcast, where he shared information about Civica's plans to ensure hospital patients are able to receive the medicines they need, when they need them. Listen here. They also asked him for tips on how to...
Civica Rx was formed by health systems to address a national crisis, which has been occurring for far too long. Every day clinicians wonder if they will have the necessary medicines to treat the patients they serve, which include pediatric cancer patients. Far too often, an oncologist has to treat a pediatric cancer patient...
Over the past two decades, shortages of generic, injectable drugs critical to the lifesaving work of hospitals in the United States have become commonplace. These drug shortages are so ubiquitous that hospitals and health care systems now maintain permanent drug shortage response teams that seek alternatives to unavailable drugs.
As a result, time that hospital pharmacists, technicians, nurses and others would prefer to spend caring for patients is spent ensuring that the patients who most need short-supply drugs get whatever supply is available.
Civica was created to reduce and prevent drug shortages and the price spikes that can accompany them. Its mission is to make quality generic medicines accessible and affordable to everyone.