The program has a significant positive track record of accomplishments for our profession. I can point to a numbers of students who had this single learning experience change their passions and directions.
More than 350 community pharmacists, pharmacy executives, students and others—representing 44 states—convened on Capitol Hill March 25-26 for the 7th annual NACDS RxIMPACT Day on Capitol Hill. Teams of novice and veteran advocates made their way to Capitol Hill to tell pharmacy’s story to lawmakers, emphasizing the role pharmacists play as trusted, accessible healthcare providers who provide services that improve patient outcomes and reduce overall costs.
The first-ever NACDS RxIMPACT Key Contact of the Year Award was presented to Ryan Swensen, PharmD, pharmacy manager, Shopko Stores Operating Co., LLC. The Key Contact Award recognizes pharmacists who actively engage with member of Congress on pro-pharmacy legislative priorities.
NACDS is welcoming more than 350 advocates, representing 44 states, to Washington, D.C., to participate in the 7th annual NACDS RxIMPACT Day on Capitol Hill March 25-26. Can't make it to D.C.? No problem. You can still urge Congress to recognize the value of pharmacy by participating in NACDS RxIMPACT'S biggest letter-writing campaign ever.
The Patient Access to Pharmacists’ Care Coalition (PAPCC)—a group of more than 25 organizations, including NACDS—announced the launch of an expanded media initiative promoting the role that pharmacists can play in addressing challenges seniors face with inadequate access to healthcare services in medically underserved communities throughout the nation.
It is going to be a great week for pharmacy.
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