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Pharmacists Are Flying In to Washington to Talk and PersuadeDIR fees top pharmacy legislator meetings.
Roundup of the APhA 2017 Annual Meeting and ExpositionThis year's meeting highlighted the opioid epidemic and ways pharmacists can improve patient care.
Pharmacy education and provider statusA 60-year debate accompanied the elevation of pharmacy education to the doctoral level. When the provider status bill now moving through Congress is enacted into law, it will put paid to that particular conversation.
Provider statusWith provider status now a reality in 38 states, HR 592 and S 314 have powerful Congressional support. How long before the payers come on board?
Community pharmacists in California see greater opportunitiesThe California legislature is considering a bill covering comprehensive medication management services under Medi-Cal.
Former Walgreens exec honored for contributions to pharmacyAPhA's honorary president of the year talks about his proudest achievements and his vision for the future of the profession
How pharmacists can find jobs, get paid, and win provider statusIf nothing changes between now and 2018, we may see a 25% oversupply of pharmacists in the marketplace. Then again, we may not. What happens between now and then is, in large measure, up to us.
An advocate for change urges pharmacists to speak outAPhA award recipient Nicki Hilliard says step up and voice your concerns.
Report: Supply of pharmacists outnumbers jobsIf you're after a job in pharmacy, you might want to take a look at Alaska, Arkansas, or Louisiana.
Ohio pharmacists gain ground with expanded CPAsOhio Governor Kasich has signed into law a bill granting pharmacists additional powers under collaborative practice agreements with physicians.