NASPA Welcomes New Staff

NASPA is excited to welcome Kim Hsieh to the team! Kim comes to NASPA with a background in Information Technology. She is a New York native and graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology with a BS degree in Information Technology. During her studies, she completed a Database Administration internship for a large supermarket chain. After graduation, […]

Pharmacy Groups Applaud Senate Finance Committee’s Bipartisan Effort to Relieve DIR Fees

National pharmacy organizations once again applaud the Senate Finance Committee’s bipartisan effort to relieve DIR fees.  Senate Finance Committee Chair Chuck Grassley, Ranking Member Ron Wyden, and 23 members of the committee (over 80% of the committee) signed a letter send to HHS Secretary Alex Azar and CMS Administrator Seema Verma urging them to to […]

NASPA Welcomes New Staff

NASPA is excited to welcome Tricia Dewey to the team! Tricia comes to NASPA with a background in communications and marketing.  She began her career working for PBS in the Independent Lens Division, focusing on independent film submissions.  She then spent eight years working for Metro Productions, travelling all over the world planning video productions.  […]

National Pharmacy Organizations Address Pharmacist Well-Being Through Consensus Conference Recommendations

In response to rapid changes in pharmacy practice models and a changing and evolving health care system that impacting the well-being of the nation’s pharmacists, 85 individuals representing pharmacists and employers from across practice settings, schools and colleges of pharmacy, regulators, accreditors, and professional organizations have agreed to a set of 50 recommendations to address […]

State Provider Status Comes to Texas

Two Texas bills recognizing pharmacists as providers and providing payment for pharmacist services were signed into law at the end of May. Championed by the Texas Pharmacy Association, HB 3441 prohibits insurers from denying reimbursement to pharmacists for services provided within the scope of their license, if those services are covered when provided by a […]

Over 200 Pharmacy Stakeholder Groups Urge Senate Finance to Fix DIR

Over 200 pharmacy stakeholder and patient advocacy groups sent a letter to Senators Chuck Grassley and Ron Wyden, chairman and ranking member of the Senate Finance Committee, urging them to include DIR fee reform in their drug pricing legislation.  NASPA, along with NCPA, APhA, and many state pharmacy associations, signed on to the letter. The […]