- What is the Pharmacy PAC?
- Why do we NEED a Pharmacy PAC?
- How do I get involved?
- How do I support the Pharmacy PAC?
Help us grow the profession and fight back against the growing control of pharmacy & patient care by the government and insurance industry - Click Here to make a Secure Online Contribution to the Ohio Pharmacy PAC.
The Pharmacy Political Action Committee is a voluntary, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization of pharmacists who are interested in promoting good government and public health. Pharmacy PAC money contributed by pharmacists goes to help candidates who support pharmacy in Ohio. That's right, your money is used to support political clout for Pharmacy … right here in Ohio!
MCOs, MACs, AWP, PCMHs, Nurse Dispensing, Prescriptive Authority, Provider Status, Immunizations, Pharmacy Choice … just to name a few reasons why we need a strong Pharmacy PAC. The advancement of the pharmacy profession depends greatly on the political clout of our profession and the pharmacists' association. The stronger our PAC is, the louder our voice will be! Help pharmacists around the state establish prudent public policy in the interest of public health and the pharmacy profession.
I extend a cordial invitation to you to join the Pharmacy Political Action Committee. It is the Ohio pharmacist's way of promoting good government consistent with the public interest and contributing to professional and business growth in the pharmacy community. Take your stand today, and get involved! The following explains the contribution process of Pharmacy PAC. Learn how you can help make pharmacy prosperous in the years ahead.
Director of Government and Public Affairs
The Ohio Pharmacy PAC needs your support now! With your support, OPA will continue to monitor and initiate the legislation that impacts your practice.
July 22, 2015
July 22, 2015
OPA office- 2674 Federated Blvd., Columbus, OH 43235
August 12, 2015
OPA office (This is most likely the last immunization training we will offer in 2015.)
August 15, 2015
Hilton Columbus at Easton
August 19, 2015
Makoy Center, 5462 Center Street, Hilliard, OH 43026