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The InComm Healthcare Affinity Product Suite:

InComm Healthcare Affinity provides closed-loop. defined-spend. prepaid cards that serve as wellness incentive/reward cards .
Our white label cards increase health plan brand visibility and loyalty. while attracting and retaining members .
Our Loyalty Discount Card helps to shape long-term buying behavior by providing discounts on health-oriented items .
Our Affinity product line provides a channel for members of affinity groups to instantly redeem brand-specific discounts on a catalog of items, allowing brands to heighten their level of retail integration.


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Over the Counter Medications

Drugs that are safe and effective for use by the general public without a prescription are defined as over-the-counter (OTC) drugs. These drugs are often located on shelves in pharmacies with easy access by patients, but may also be located in non-pharmacy outlets, such as grocery stores, convenience marts and large discount retailers. In the U.S. there are more than 80 classes of OTC drugs, ranging from allergy medicines to pain relievers to weight loss products.

Search the OTC Drug Database

Top 20 OTC Related Searches

More information about OTC products

A restricted class of OTC drugs also exists in the U.S. This restricted class includes drugs such as pseudoephedrine, emergency contraception, and some Schedule V controlled substances. These products, while considered OTC, are kept behind the pharmacy counter and must be dispensed by a pharmacist pursuant to proper identification, age verification, and patient education. In March 2012, the FDA considered expanding the definition of nonprescription drugs to include cholesterol, blood pressure, asthma and birth control medications. This new Rx-to-OTC switch ruling is currently under review and commenting.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Division of Drug Information (CDER) evaluates and reviews OTC ingredients and labels. An OTC drug monograph is established for each class of product. The monograph contains acceptable ingredients, doses, formulations, and labeling. New products that conform to an existing OTC drug monograph may be marketed without further FDA review. Those OTC products that do not conform to an OTC monograph must undergo approval through the New Drug Approval System.

OTC medications can carry risk. There is the possibility of side effects, drug or food interactions, or harm due to excessive doses. Patients should read the ‘Drug Facts’ label that is found on all OTC products. All consumers, including older patients, pregnant women, and parents of young children should always consult with their pharmacist or other health care provider if they have additional questions concerning OTC drug use.

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Over-The-Counter – OTC

What is ‘Over-The-Counter – OTC’

Over-the-counter (OTC) is a security traded in some context other than on a formal exchange such as the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), Toronto Stock Exchange or the NYSE MKT. formerly known as the American Stock Exchange (AMEX). The phrase “over-the-counter” can be used to refer to stocks that trade via a dealer network as opposed to on a centralized exchange. It also refers to debt securities and other financial instruments. such as derivatives. which are traded through a dealer network.

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BREAKING DOWN ‘Over-The-Counter – OTC’

For many investors, there is little practical difference between OTC and major exchanges. Improvements in electronic quotation and trading have facilitated higher liquidity and better information. However, there are key differences between the transaction mediums. On an exchange, every party is exposed to offers by every other counterparty, which may not be the case in dealer networks. There is less transparency and less stringent regulation on these exchange,” so unsophisticated investors take on additional risk and could be subject to adverse conditions.

Popular OTC Networks

The OTC Markets Group operates some of the most well-known networks, such as the OTCQX Best Market, the OTCQB Venture Market and the Pink Open Market. These markets include unlisted stocks that are known to trade on the Over the Counter Bulletin Board (OTCBB) or on the pink sheets. Although Nasdaq operates as a dealer network, Nasdaq stocks are generally not classified as OTC because the Nasdaq is considered a stock exchange. Conversely, OTCBB stocks are often either penny stocks or are offered by companies with bad credit records.

Securities on OTC Networks

Stocks are usually traded OTC because the company is small and cannot meet exchange listing requirements. Also known as unlisted stock, these securities are traded by broker-dealers who negotiate directly with one another over computer networks and by phone. The dealers act as market makers, and the OTC Bulletin Board is an inter-dealer quotation system that provides trading information.

American depository receipts, which represent shares in an equity that is traded on a foreign exchange, are often traded OTC, because the underlying company does not wish to meet the stringent exchange requirements. Instruments such as bonds do not trade on a formal exchange and are also considered OTC securities.

Most debt instruments are traded by investment banks making markets for specific issues. An investor must call the bank that makes the market in that bond and asks for quotes to buy or sell a bond.


OTC (Over the Counter) Drug Database #retail #specialty


#otc retail

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Over the Counter Medications

Drugs that are safe and effective for use by the general public without a prescription are defined as over-the-counter (OTC) drugs. These drugs are often located on shelves in pharmacies with easy access by patients, but may also be located in non-pharmacy outlets, such as grocery stores, convenience marts and large discount retailers. In the U.S. there are more than 80 classes of OTC drugs, ranging from allergy medicines to pain relievers to weight loss products.

Search the OTC Drug Database

Top 20 OTC Related Searches

More information about OTC products

A restricted class of OTC drugs also exists in the U.S. This restricted class includes drugs such as pseudoephedrine, emergency contraception, and some Schedule V controlled substances. These products, while considered OTC, are kept behind the pharmacy counter and must be dispensed by a pharmacist pursuant to proper identification, age verification, and patient education. In March 2012, the FDA considered expanding the definition of nonprescription drugs to include cholesterol, blood pressure, asthma and birth control medications. This new Rx-to-OTC switch ruling is currently under review and commenting.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Division of Drug Information (CDER) evaluates and reviews OTC ingredients and labels. An OTC drug monograph is established for each class of product. The monograph contains acceptable ingredients, doses, formulations, and labeling. New products that conform to an existing OTC drug monograph may be marketed without further FDA review. Those OTC products that do not conform to an OTC monograph must undergo approval through the New Drug Approval System.

OTC medications can carry risk. There is the possibility of side effects, drug or food interactions, or harm due to excessive doses. Patients should read the ‘Drug Facts’ label that is found on all OTC products. All consumers, including older patients, pregnant women, and parents of young children should always consult with their pharmacist or other health care provider if they have additional questions concerning OTC drug use.

OTC Product A-Z Index

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Over-The-Counter – OTC Definition #retail #financial #services


#otc retail

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Over-The-Counter – OTC

What is ‘Over-The-Counter – OTC’

Over-the-counter (OTC) is a security traded in some context other than on a formal exchange such as the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), Toronto Stock Exchange or the NYSE MKT. formerly known as the American Stock Exchange (AMEX). The phrase “over-the-counter” can be used to refer to stocks that trade via a dealer network as opposed to on a centralized exchange. It also refers to debt securities and other financial instruments. such as derivatives. which are traded through a dealer network.

VIDEO

Loading the player.

BREAKING DOWN ‘Over-The-Counter – OTC’

For many investors, there is little practical difference between OTC and major exchanges. Improvements in electronic quotation and trading have facilitated higher liquidity and better information. However, there are key differences between the transaction mediums. On an exchange, every party is exposed to offers by every other counterparty, which may not be the case in dealer networks. There is less transparency and less stringent regulation on these exchange,” so unsophisticated investors take on additional risk and could be subject to adverse conditions.

Popular OTC Networks

The OTC Markets Group operates some of the most well-known networks, such as the OTCQX Best Market, the OTCQB Venture Market and the Pink Open Market. These markets include unlisted stocks that are known to trade on the Over the Counter Bulletin Board (OTCBB) or on the pink sheets. Although Nasdaq operates as a dealer network, Nasdaq stocks are generally not classified as OTC because the Nasdaq is considered a stock exchange. Conversely, OTCBB stocks are often either penny stocks or are offered by companies with bad credit records.

Securities on OTC Networks

Stocks are usually traded OTC because the company is small and cannot meet exchange listing requirements. Also known as unlisted stock, these securities are traded by broker-dealers who negotiate directly with one another over computer networks and by phone. The dealers act as market makers, and the OTC Bulletin Board is an inter-dealer quotation system that provides trading information.

American depository receipts, which represent shares in an equity that is traded on a foreign exchange, are often traded OTC, because the underlying company does not wish to meet the stringent exchange requirements. Instruments such as bonds do not trade on a formal exchange and are also considered OTC securities.

Most debt instruments are traded by investment banks making markets for specific issues. An investor must call the bank that makes the market in that bond and asks for quotes to buy or sell a bond.


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The InComm Healthcare Affinity Product Suite:

InComm Healthcare Affinity provides closed-loop. defined-spend. prepaid cards that serve as wellness incentive/reward cards .
Our white label cards increase health plan brand visibility and loyalty. while attracting and retaining members .
Our Loyalty Discount Card helps to shape long-term buying behavior by providing discounts on health-oriented items .
Our Affinity product line provides a channel for members of affinity groups to instantly redeem brand-specific discounts on a catalog of items, allowing brands to heighten their level of retail integration.


OTC Markets Homepage #online #retail #sales


#otc retail

#

OTC Markets

OTCQX Video Series: Turkiye Garanti Bankasi A.S.
(OTCQX: TKGBY; TKGBF)

Fuat Erbil, CEO & President of Turkiye Garanti Bankasi A.S.(BIST: GARAN; LSE: TGBD; 39IS; OTCQX: TKGBY ; TKGBF ) speaks with Jason Paltrowitz, OTC Markets EVP of Corporate Services, in our newest OTCQX Video about being the second largest private bank in Turkey. Thanks Fuat for visiting with us at the Market Center.

OTCQX/OTCQB Market Activity

OTCQX/OTCQB News & Disclosure

OTCQX/OTCQB Videos

OTC Market Tiers – Helping Investors Navigate the OTC Market

The Best Market

The Venture Market