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Q&A: Pharmacist of the Year

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12/20/2018

SAND SPRINGS, Okla. – Jim Spoon, owner of Spoon Drug in Sand Springs, Okla., has been named the 2018 Willard B.

Award winners: VGM Insurance, NCPA’s Jim Spoon

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10/09/2018

Waterloo, Iowa-based VGM Insurance Services has been named one of Business Insurance Magazines’s Best Places to Work for 2018.

In brief: OIG says access intact in bid areas, GAO says to extend prior auths

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05/25/2018

WASHINGTON – Round 2 of Medicare’s competitive bidding program does not appear to have impacted access to oxygen or enteral supplies for most beneficiaries, according to two new reports from the Office of Inspector General.

Short takes: NSM, Viemed, NCPA

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05/23/2018

Nashville, Tenn.-based National Seating & Mobility will serve as a preferred CRT and home access provider for the Visiting Nurse Service of New York Choice Health Plans.

NCPA names finalists for business plan competition

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07/19/2017

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – The National Community Pharmacists Association has named three teams of pharmacy students as finalists for the 2017 GoodNeighbor Pharmacy NCPA Pruitt-Schutte Student Business Plan Competition.

NCPA reshuffles staff to boost advocacy efforts

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02/24/2017

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – The National Community Pharmacists Association has combined its government affairs and communications departments into an Advocacy Center. As a result, the association has added one staff member, and realigned others.

NCPA installs officers, adopts resolutions

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10/20/2016

NEW ORLEANS – The National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) has installed a new president and a fifth vice president.

In brief: Growth in healthcare spending lower than average, CMS backs unique device identifiers

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07/15/2016

WASHINGTON – Total healthcare spending growth is expected to average 5.8% annually over 2015-2025, according to a report published July 13 by Health Affairs and authored by CMS’s Office of the Actuary.

Med sync programs work, according to NCPA survey

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12/22/2015

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Medication synchronization programs can benefit pharmacists and patients, according to a survey of pharmacies that are using the Simplify My Meds program created by the National Community Pharmacists Association.

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