Active member- $275 Annual Dues
Pharmacists, Physicians, Nurses, and Physician Assistants who are individuals who are licensed or eligible for licensure to practice the profession of pharmacy in the United States and its possessions supporting the mission and objectives of AMCP. Active members hold full voting rights and have the privilege to serve on all AMCP committees and run for the Board of Directors.
New Grads - If you have graduated in the last two years, your dues will be 50% of the Active member dues!
Associate member- $440 Annual Dues
Associate members are other individuals, not eligible for Active memberships, who are interested in the advancement and development of managed care pharmacy practices, regardless of practice environment and support the mission and objectives of AMCP. Associate members serve on a number of AMCP committees.
Pharmacy Technicians - $145 Annual Dues
AMCP's newest membership category! Individuals who are a certified pharmacy technician and/or practicing in a pharmacy technician role are eligible for this category. Pharmacy Technicians do not have voting rights but may serve on committees where Associate members are permitted.
Student Pharmacist member- $45 Annual Dues
Student Pharmacist members must be enrolled full-time in a school or college of pharmacy accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE). Student Pharmacist members can serve on a number of AMCP committees , participate in appropriate competitions and take advantage of an array of benefits such as AMCP members-only informational resources.
Resident/Fellow/Graduate Student member- $100 Annual Dues
Resident/Fellow/Graduate Student members must be enrolled full-time in a graduate/postgraduate school program recognized by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) or practicing full-time in a residency or fellowship related to pharmacy or managed care pharmacy. Resident/Fellow/Graduate Student members can lend their expertise in a variety of ways including AMCP committee service and virtual focus groups.