This year all states, including Nevada, have been busy setting up health insurance exchanges so residents or small businesses can buy affordable health insurance. It may be confusing, and that's just what scammers are hoping for. Residents may think phone calls asking for Social Security or bank transfer numbers are part of the new program. They are not.
Most of us have had experience with a pharmacy at one time or another. The industry is gong back to its roots with some pharmacies compounding customized medications based on a doctor's prescriptions. Called compounding pharmacies, they are coming under scrutiny of Congress. State Pharmacy Boards are being asked to step up to the plate—Nevada is ahead of the game.