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Fundamentals of Managed Care Pharmacy

Looking for a comprehensive introduction to basic concepts in managed care pharmacy?

Applications for Value: The Digital Therapeutics Revolution

AMCP CEO Blog: Thoughts on Digital Therapeutics. These therapeutics offer the potential to revolutionize population health management and help patients live healthier lives.

Committee Profile: Legislative and Regulatory Action Committee (L...

From News&Views: Members of LRAC work to effectively advocate AMCP’s positions on a wide range of current and anticipated state and federal legislative and regulatory issues. AMCP News&Views caught up with committee chair Nisreen Shamseddine to get her perspective on the committee’s goals for this year.

Principles for Sound Pharmacy & Therapeutics Practices: What’...

From News&Views: Nearly 20 years have passed since AMCP and other stakeholders adopted the Principles for a Sound Formulary System.

In Memoriam: Past President Cathy Carroll

From News&Views: It is with great sadness that we report the recent passing of AMCP Past President Cathy Carroll. Cathy was a beloved, long-time member and leader of AMCP.

AMCP Partnership Forum: Building the Foundation for Patient-Repor...

From News&Views: Section 3002 of the 21st Century Cures Act, which was signed into law in December 2016, requires the FDA to develop one or more sets of new guidances regarding the collection of patient experience data.

June 2019 AMCP News & Views

News&Views June 2019: Educational Affairs Committee Plans Nexus 2019; Cathy Carroll Fund Now Receiving Donations; Cantrell Quoted in Washington Post; AMCP Releases Concepts for Effective PA Practices

Prior Authorizations Play Crucial Role in Ensuring Appropriate Me...

AMCP CEO Blog: PA is a crucial but often-misunderstood utilization management tool in the pharmacy benefit space. The bad rap that PAs have received recently, I believe, comes from either misinformation about the process or glitches in specific systems that can easily be corrected.