President of Tennessee Pharmacy Association Urges Against Governor’s Proposed Medicaid Reimbursement Cuts

Gov. Bill Haslam’s proposed budget cuts for the coming fiscal year will cut TennCare’s spending tremendously, effecting Tennessee’s already limited reimbursement rates for pharmacies. These reduced reimbursement rates on brand-name, generic and specialty drugs if enacted will severely effect Medicaid patients, community-based pharmacies and local communities. In... [continue reading]


Community Pharmacy Residencies Help New Practitioners Grow as Providers and as Professionals

The role of a pharmacist is continually evolving as they become more integral to ensuring the health and well-being of millions of Americans nationwide. To help prepare pharmacy school graduates to reach their full potential as a pharmacist, a variety of one-year residency programs and other postgraduate... [continue reading]


It’s Time to Recognize Pharmacists As Health Care Providers Under Federal Law

As one of the most accessible professional health care providers, pharmacists play an integral role in the health of millions of American’s nationwide, especially for those individuals residing in medically underserved communities. Yet despite their extensive track record of improving health, enhancing patient satisfaction, and reducing health... [continue reading]