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Capitol Connections Article A Year in Review 1.24.14
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IACP and 2013 - A Year in Review

  • Bested IACP membership records, and now have a current membership of 3,900
  • Executed 4 live IACP AdvanCE webinars and 2 live webinars through Tennessee Pharmacists Association reaching nearly 300 attendees
  • Added 15 new IACP AdvanCE self-paced webinars to the webinar library reaching 220 attendees. The IACP AdvanCE self-paced library now has 64 self-paced webinars that can be viewed 24/7
  • Executed 6 pharmacy law Regional Education Meetings throughout the U.S. reaching 300 attendees
  • Held the first multi-organizational meeting, the ACA/IACP/ACVP Educational Conference. Attendance more than doubled in 2013
  • More than 415 attendees joined IACP’s 19th Annual Compounders on Capitol Hill at its new location, the Crystal City Marriott in Arlington VA. In 2013, more than 100 first timers attended the meeting
  • The IACP Corporate Partner Program is now 46 companies strong with 17 new companies joining in 2013 alone   
  • Updated Career Center for easier use by members and job seekers
  • Renewed Commitment to student pharmacists now numbering more than 900 – complimentary membership, scholarship opportunities, and new travel scholarships for IACP Conferences
  • 8 Member Town Halls held throughout the year
  • 18 Member Alerts distributed
  • Weekly communication Fax Facts debuted last June
  • Capitol Connections member newsletter now distributed to 3,788 IACP contacts
  • 35 Articles Featuring In-depth Interviews with IACP
  • Including: WSJ, NPR, Businessweek, The Washington Post & Associated Press
  • 246 Articles Mentioning Compounding
  • IACP OpEds Provided to Members to Help Rebuild Compounding Reputation
  • IACP’s David G. Miller, RPh, Executive Vice President/CEO has testified before several congressional hearings - including the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee in order to explain and preserve the critically important role that compounding pharmacists play in our health care system. IACP’s efforts were reflected in inclusion of language/provisions the Academy provided, in the various legislative drafts of the bill process
  • The IACP legislative team has and continues to engage in ongoing discussions with key Senators, Members of Congress, and their staff, state pharmacy associations and boards, as well as other healthcare organizations in order to educate these audiences on the practice of compounding pharmacy and to ensure that our right to compound is preserved as part of any legislative initiative 
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