I look forward to talking with the NACDS membership about the presidential campaign. We have a lot to talk about based on the outcome in Iowa, and as we look ahead to New Hampshire and beyond.
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This headline is not a reference to the Iowa Caucuses that formally launched the presidential nomination process this week. Rather, this headline refers to another important event held in Iowa this week: an NACDS RxIMPACT Training Program at Drake University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in Des Moines.
In response to a request from the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) for policy solutions on prescription drug abuse and prevention, NACDS sent comments this week outlining strategies to address the issue.
NACDS government relations ally Connie Woodburn recently stepped down from her position as senior vice president of government relations at Cardinal Health, one of the nation’s largest healthcare supply companies, after 19 years.
Any regional chain is going to benefit from the Conference because the topics are timely, the presentations are strong and the camaraderie with peers is really beneficial.
Last night's Iowa caucuses mark the beginning of voters flexing their civic muscle--and pharmacy was there to represent.
In 2016, Americans will elect a new president, 435 congressmen, 34 senators, 14 state/territorial governors and nearly 6,000 state legislators who will construct not only the laws you live by, but also the laws that helps serve patients better. Take action with the NACDS RxIMPACT Votes campaign today!
One week ago today, when the Federal Register posted the Covered Outpatient Drugs Final Rule – or as we tend to call it, the Medicaid AMP rule – it set off a chain of events that the founders of NACDS envisioned 83 years ago.
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