Who will be our 2,000th supporter?

Dear supporters of Pharmacist Advocacy. Thank you for your support. We'd like to congratulate USP student pharmacist Thao Huynh for becoming our 1,700th member. We'd also like to ask your help recruiting our 2,000th member. August will be an important month…Read More

The President's Health Plan and Pharmacy Advocacy on the radio today

Dear Supporters of Pharmacist Advocacy, There has never been a more important time to actively advocate patient-centered medication management in health care reform. The Affordable Health Choices Act and America's Affordable Health Choices Act both include…Read More

New Evidence, New Tools

Dear Supporters of Pharmacist Advocacy, Our professional associations are working hard on our behalf. Please take a look at new evidence useful in describing the value of pharmacists to policymakers and the public, as well as a link to a new website about…Read More

Pharmacists at the White House!

Dear Supporters, While much of Washington was preparing for a long holiday weekend at the beach, our professional pharmacist advocates were working behind the scenes to help pharmacists improve medication use and advance public health. Please check out this…Read More

The myth of 'safe drugs' from abroad

Dear Supporters of Pharmacist Advocacy, Today's Baltimore Sun discusses Senator Mikulski's efforts to include pharmacists in health care reform and drug safety. Have a great holiday weekend! John baltimoresun.com The myth of 'safe drugs' from abroad By…Read More

PhRMA, Pharmacists, and Health Care Reform

Dear Supporters of Pharmacist Advocacy, You no doubt heard President Obama announce America's drug makers have offered to help seniors close the coverage gap in Medicare Part D. Pharmacists have played a key role in Medicare prescription drug coverage and…Read More

Patients aren't partisan

Dear Supporters of Pharmacist Advocacy, Thanks to your hard work, we now have over 1,300 supporters of pharmacist-provided, patient-centered care. Together, we can improve medication use and advance public health. Admittedly, I find it hard to stay upbeat…Read More
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