AMCP Committee Service
Call for AMCP committee volunteers is open!
Apply to serve on an AMCP committee today.
Deadline is November 2, 2020.
Committees are essential to supporting the work of AMCP and its mission to improve patient health by ensuring access to high-quality, cost-effective medications and other therapies. Members are encouraged to apply to one of AMCP’s many committees.
How are committees selected?
Applications are reviewed by the current and incoming committee chairpersons and recommendations are sent to the AMCP President-elect for final approval. Appointments are made in mid-January. Member terms for most committees commence at the conclusion of the AMCP Annual Meeting. All committee member volunteers must be AMCP members in good standing.
Which committee would make the best use of your skills and talents?
Below is a description of all current AMCP committee missions. Click on the committee to view further details such as member roles, qualifications, and terms. Most AMCP committee terms are for one year starting at the conclusion of the AMCP Annual Meeting. Committees that require multiple year commitments are noted in the description.
Please note, AMCP occasionally uses time-limited task forces to complete its work. Members may update their interest areas in their online profile to facilitate task force selection when needed.
What is expected of AMCP committee members?
AMCP committees are extremely active. Full participation by all committee members is essential for the committee to complete its assigned tasks. As a committee member, you will be expected to participate in various meetings and to perform committee assignments. Learn more.
- AMCP/AMCP Foundation Joint Research Committee
Mission: To promote and encourage the creation and dissemination of relevant and credible research and initiatives to advance patient care services in managed care pharmacy and improve health care for all.
- Audit Committee
Mission: The purpose of the Audit Committee is to assist the Board of Directors in fulfilling its oversight responsibilities for the financial reporting process, the system of internal control over financial reporting, the audit process, and the company’s process for monitoring compliance with laws, regulations, and agreements. Note: Audit Committee members are appointed in a separate process. To learn more, contact email@example.com.
- Educational Affairs Committee
Mission: To assess, identify, and recommend current and future educational needs, strategies, innovations, and opportunities for the advancement of managed pharmacy through quality educational programs consistent with the mission of AMCP.
- Finance Committee
Mission: To recommend financial policies, goals, and budgets that support AMCP's mission and strategic priorities and to monitor the organization's financial performance against its goals.
- Format Executive Committee
Mission: To guide the continued development, training, and advocacy of the AMCP Format for Formulary Submissions, including related materials and revisions; including use of the Format nationally and internationally. Guide the continuing evolution of the formulary decision making processes in Managed Care including training programs and other enduring materials that could be used to assist Pharmacy and Therapeutics (P&T) Committees, and especially to orient newly assigned P&T members.
- JMCP Editorial Advisory Board
Mission: To advise and assist the editors and staff in the solicitation and development of JMCP content.
- Legislative and Regulatory Action Committee
Mission: To effectively advocate AMCP’s position relative to current and anticipated state and federal legislative and regulatory issues consistent with the mission of the Academy.
- Membership Committee
Mission: To recommend recruitment and retention strategies consistent with the mission of the Academy in order to maintain a viable and growing membership.
- Organizational Affairs Committee
Mission: To develop and maintain AMCP’s bylaws, organizational policies, procedures, and structure consistent with the mission of AMCP.
- Professional Practice Committee
Mission: To advise on AMCP activities on professional practice and clinical issues consistent with the mission of the AMCP.
- Public Policy Committee
Mission: To identify legislative and regulatory developments at the state and federal levels regarding managed care pharmacy and to develop strategies, policies, and resources regarding their developments consistent with the mission of AMCP.
- Schools of Pharmacy Relations Committee
Mission: To raise faculty and student awareness of both AMCP and managed care pharmacy consistent with the mission of AMCP.
- Student Pharmacist Committee
Mission: To ensure AMCP's awareness of issues, policies, programs, and services that impact student pharmacists as well as provide oversight and guidance to the AMCP Student Chapter program.