IACP joined a group of 99 pharmacy organizations supporting a proposed ban on Retroactive DIR Fees. The group recently wrote to the sponsors and original co-sponsors of S. 3308/H.R. 5951, the Improving Transparency and Accuracy in Medicare Part D Spending Act, praising their leadership for introducing these companion bills and strongly endorsing the legislative measure which would rein in retroactive direct and indirect remuneration (DIR) fees imposed by pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) in Medicare Part D.
Read more here including the letter sent to House and Senate offices.
IACP joined a group of pharmacy organizations in sending a letter to all 50 State Board of Pharmacies (BOP) requesting a delay in enforcement on U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention's General Chapter USP <800>.
Please click hereto view one of the letters sent. IACP will keep you up-to-date on additional USP news. Please email IACP at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
USP updated their Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on USP General Chapter <800>. Please click here to view.
IACP is finishing up comprehensive comments in response to FDA’s Insanitary Conditions at Compounding Facilities and Compounded Drug Products That Are Essentially Copies Guidances.
We will send these comments via member alert as soon as they are available. You are welcome to use our comments in your own submissions to FDA. If you have input as we write these comments, please email us at email@example.com. Comments are due to FDA on Monday, October 3, 2016.
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has published its 2016 Hazardous Drug List.
Please click here to view.
Earlier this month, IACP participated in a fundraiser for current California State Senator Jeff Stone, PharmD (R-28th District) in his U.S. Congress bid. State Senator Stone is a long-time compounding pharmacy owner and ardent supporter of patient access to personalized medications. IACP Executive Vice President John Voliva, RPh; IACP President Gary McCrory, RPh, CCN; IACP Board Member & Treasurer Bill Letendre, MS Pharm, MBA, FIACP as well as U.S. Congressman Pete Olson (R-TX) were among those in attendance.
Click here to learn more about State Senator Stone.
L to R: IACP President, Gary McCrory, RPh, CCN; U.S. Congressman Pete Olson; State Senator Jeff Stone, PharmD; and IACP Executive Vice President John Voliva, RPh
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Thanks to all those who joined us for theSeptember 21st Member Town Hall!
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By now you should have received a letter requesting your help in keeping IACP front and center on Capitol Hill! We’re making real progress through our DQSA Coalition as well as your efforts in educating your respective congressional representatives. We have a lot more before us! Would You be Willing to Contribute to IACP’s One Fund? Please help us maintain the momentum by contributing today. Your support will allow us to represent your pharmacy’s and your patients’ issues on the Hill!
IACP continues to receive reports that Prime Therapeutics is cancelling contracts with pharmacies based on a calculation of their compounded drug claims versus their non-compounded drug claims. It appears these cancellation letters may be tied to certain relationships pharmacies have with certain PSAOs.
Have you received a cancellation letter from Prime Therapeutics? Please let us know by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org if you have. Also, let us know if your pharmacy is affiliated with a PSAO and if it is, which one.
Click here to view Prime manual online. We are gathering more data about this situation and will keep you posted.
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New Compounders Stateside Comprehensive Bill and Regulation updates have been posted for you on IACP’s website! Visit here to view.
IACP works to keep its members up-to-date! Know someone who needs to join IACP - or need to renew your own membership? Contact IACP Director of Membership Jennifer Petska, BS, CPhT - email@example.com today so that you can continue to have access to Member benefits such as Compounders Stateside.
MEDISCA Announces the Launch of The 7th Annual Student Pharmacist Compounding Competition (SPCC 2017)! IACP has been a proud participant at this event for several years.
More information here.
The IACP Foundation's 2017 Call for Board of Directors Nominations and the 2017 Election Cycle for the March 1, 2017 - February 28, 2019 Board Members is now open! For more information and the nomination form please click here.
Fund-the-Future Travel Grants for 2017 Educational Conference are available! ACA, IACP and ACVP Foundations are offering up to four (4) pharmacy students a travel grant to attend the 2017 Educational Conference, February 21-25, 2016, in San Diego, CA. For more information, click here.
Click here for the latest edition of IACP Foundation eNews.
Click here to view the Conference e-Brochure
The Compound Conference is the only conference annually partnering with a state pharmacy association, bringing together the leaders in the pharmacy compounding profession. For more information, please click here.
Educational Conference, February 22-25, 2017
Loews Coronado Bay Resort
Exhibitor Registration Now Available!
Conference Registration will open October 10th!
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2016 OSHA Training – Bloodborne Pathogens
Multiple webinars throughout year. Click title for exact dates.