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Compounders on Capitol Hill 2013
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IACP's 19th Annual Compounders on

Capitol Hill

 

 

More Than 415 Attendees Convened in

Washington, D.C. for Compounders on

Capitol Hill
2013

 

The Report from CCH 2013

Thank you for joining us at IACP’s 19th Annual Compounders on Capitol Hill, June 1-4, 2013! More than 415 of your fellow colleagues convened in Washington, D.C. to take part in a comprehensive program of Continuing Education with captivating speakers, a full Exhibit Hall featuring 37 leading companies, and many professional networking opportunities. Thank you for playing an active role to ensure your patients have continued access to customized medications. The future of your practice, your patients’ well being and your compounding profession depends in great part upon your participation at this important annual event. Thank you for going to D.C.! 

Thanks also to the more than 270 Members who participated in IACP's second annual Virtual Hill Day. Your efforts are making a real difference!

Hill Day 2013 at a Glance

Once again this year, IACP worked with Soapbox Consulting, LLC, a D.C.-based company specializing in grassroots advocacy. Soapbox helped to schedule all of IACP’s Member Pharmacist Hill appointments and also conducted a “Being a Good Advocate for Compounding” session. This interactive session provided techniques to successfully convey our position and message to legislators. 

The Stats to Date

Although all the debriefing documents are being summarized by our Washington D.C. team, the initial reports from CCH are impressive.

  • 202 total participants representing 41 states
  • 216 face-to-face meetings scheduled
  • 82% of Senate offices scheduled
  • 32.95% of House offices scheduled
  • 115 meetings included the Senator/Congressman

In addition to these scheduled meetings, state delegations also called on additional Congressional representatives while they were on the Hill.

States without representation/CCH attendees this year: Alaska, Hawaii, Kentucky, Louisiana, Montana, Nevada, Vermont, and West Virginia. We look forward to having your colleagues' representation in these states next year!

IACP’s David G. Miller, RPh, Executive Vice President, and Sarah Dodge-Palmer, Vice President of Government Affairs, currently are reviewing all of our Hill Day Participant congressional meeting evaluations and will publish a more comprehensive report of action items in the next issues of Capitol Connections.

Picture Perfect!

A complete CCH 2013 photo gallery is now available. Click here to view. 

CE Housekeeping

Did you complete and turn in your Request for CE form at CCH? You may submit Request for CE forms and any CE questions to Michelle Greene at MichelleGreene@iacprx.org.   

Thank you to our Exhibitors and Meeting Sponsors!

We would like to thank the following exhibitors for their commitment to Compounders on Capitol Hill: AirClean Systems; American College of Apothecaries (ACA); Analytical Research Laboratories (ARL); Associates of Cape Cod, Inc.; ATS Labs; B&B Pharmaceuticals, Inc.; bioMérieux; Charles River Laboratory; Digi-Trax Corporation; DYNALABS; Eagle Analytical Services; EMD Millipore; Epson America; Exakt Technologies, Inc.; Fagron; Freedom Pharmaceuticals, Inc.; Health Engineering Systems; Humco Compounding; International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding (IJPC); International Medical Industries, Inc.; IsoTech Design; Letco Medical; Life File; Live Oak Bank; Mar Cor Purification; MEDISCA; NCPA; PCAB; PCCA; Pharmacy Marketing Quarterly; RxCoop, LLC; RXinsider; Storey Marketing; TeleManager Technologies; Torpac Capsules; U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention; and ZRT Laboratory, LLC.

We would like to thank the following meeting sponsors for their support of Compounders on Capitol Hill: American College of Apothecaries (Continuing Education Provider); B&B Pharmaceuticals (Meeting Tote Bag Sponsor, Education Session Sponsor); Fagron (Meeting Syllabus Sponsor); Freedom Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Meeting Brochure Sponsor); Humco Compounding (Education Session Sponsor); Letco Medical (Welcome Reception Honoring IACP Fellows Sponsor, IACP AdvanCE Education Session Sponsor); MEDISCA (Meeting T-Shirt Sponsor); PCCA (Name Badge Holder Sponsor, Hotel Room Key Sponsor, Education Session Sponsor, State Breakfast/Hill Day Sponsor); and Topi-Click Topical Dosing Applicator (Conference Pen Sponsor).

 

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