Bi-weekly Member Newsletter                                             December 1, 2017
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IACP President Baylor Rice, RPh, FIACP

One-on-One with IACP President Baylor Rice

Thank you for the opportunity to answer a lot of questions I've received over the past year about IACP Fundraising, and to help address some of the concerns I've heard about fundraising efforts in this three-part discussion! In my second One-on-One discussion, I shared how your dues and donations are being utilized in order to help preserve patient access to compounded medications. 

The IACP Board of Directors and staff are working tirelessly to ensure that we are strategically applying your contributions to our ongoing efforts, while also being vigilant on where we can be more efficient and save money.

It's vitally important to the IACP Board of Directors and staff that IACP operates in a fully transparent manner. As such, we wish to provide you with a comprehensive view of how we are using your dues and donations in IACP's daily operations.

In this One-on-One, I'd like to talk with you about IACP's Fundraising activities, and talk about the new IACP Fundraiser, the President's Gala, taking place during IACP's Educational Conference this year! Read more here.
Let's Keep the Momentum Going - Please Contribute to IACP's One Fund! 

We need your help, TODAY!  Make the donation  that will help preserve patient access to compounded medications and help support IACP's HR 2871 efforts.  IACP is working to Protect, Promote & Advance Pharmacy Compounding!

Thank you to the following sponsors for their support of the 1st President's Annual Gala:
DoseLogix/Topi-CLICK (Bar Sponsor); Letco Medical (Entertainment Sponsor, Table Sponsor);  My USP 800 (Additional Gala Drink Tickets);  PCCA (Table Sponsor). 

Thank you, IACP Member and Past IACP President Eldon Armstrong, RPh, FIACP, Sandlapper Consultant Pharmacists, Chapin, SC; and IACP Member Joseph Rossetti, RPh, Boulevard Pharmaceutical Compounding Center, Worcester, Mass., for your individual sponsorship of the 1st President's Annual Gala! 

Find more information about the President's Gala, including how to attend/purchase tickets, how to sponsor, meal selection, and entertainment details here! All proceeds from the President's Gala will go to the IAC P One Fund.
Eldon Armstrong, RPh, FIACP

President's Gala Sponsorship: Former IACP President Eldon Armstrong Issues Challenge to all other IACP Presidents & Board of Directors Members!

 "I'm so proud to contribute to IACP's inaugural President's Gala! As a former IACP President (1997-1999), the President's Gala sponsorship gift means that after stepping back from my pharmacy compounding practice, my sense of gratitude still runs deep in my heart to all who were and are a part of IACP. On behalf of my wife Gayle and I, we are pleased to help contribute to this amazing new event, and challenge all of my fellow IACP Presidents and former Board of Directors to do the same! Let's see how many more former IACP Presidents will step up to the plate!" 
IACP Executive Vice President Cynthia Blankenship ESQ. 
Member Initiatives: A Progress Report Card! 

Keep checking  IACP's Executive Vice President (EVP) Cynthia Blankenship's Member Initiatives  to see where we're making progress and what we're checking off the list! 

You asked IACP for several key changes - and we're making them! IACP is in the midst of reviewing & revitalizing ALL of our current programs. 

We want to ensure we're completely in tune with our membership, providing you with what you need. Do you have suggestions or questions? Please email .
EVP Tracker! 

IACP wants you to have access to the EVP, the staff, as well as the Board of Directors. Stay up-to-date on where IACP's Executive Vice President Cynthia Blankenship, Esq. is traveling, and set-up meetings or come by and say hi! Keep up-to-date on Cynthia's whereabouts with the EVP Tracker and let her know if you would like to host a Town Hall or meeting at your pharmacy!  Next on Cynthia's travel plans: 
*IACP EVP Cynthia Blankenship has been appointed as the United States Pharmacopeia (USP) delegate representing IACP. The delegate is invited to attend the USP five-year meeting in 2020 and the twice per year Compounding Expert Committee (CEC) meeting as an observer. 

IACP's 2018 Board of Directors Election Will Open on Monday, December 4th! 

You will receive a direct email with voting ballot and candidate information from IACP. The IACP Board of Directors sets direction for the organization, serves as visionaries for the future of pharmacy compounding, and generates results. Board members contribute their time, energy and ideas to lead the organization forward and in turn, lead the compounding profession to greater success. Your vote is important to IACP as we elect individuals to lead our association into the future. 

All ballots must be cast by Midnight on Friday, December 15th! Results will be announced the end of December.
Thank You to ALL who have Joined IACP Committees!

IACP is a success because of YOU! Please take a moment and look at all of IACP's Committees and let us know if you would like to join a Committee! We would love to have YOU on an IACP Committee.  

In addition, in response to your feedback on the Membership Survey, the IACP Board
has responded by creating a new Committee and one new Committee Subgroup. Stay tuned for additional Committees coming soon! 

IACP International Committee - For the first time in history, IACP is undertaking a
massive State and International expansion. We are thrilled to be working with the State Pharmacy Associations to expand IACP state involvement, state tracking, and comments in response to state regulations and legislation. IACP also is thrilled to be working with our International members to expand IACP presence internationally. In order to further this expansion and ensure International Members are receiving the information they need, the IACP Board of Directors has launched an International Committee. Please let us know if you want to serve on this Committee! We are so excited to work with our International members and expand the IACP International presence! 

Infrastructure Review Subgroup - This subgroup will serve as a function of the IACP
Strategic Planning Committee and is open to all IACP members who have an expertise in IT or infrastructure review. IACP is looking at all of our internal processes to ensure we are employing members' dues and donations in the best manner, and to make sure we are operating as efficiently as possible. In order to do so, the IACP Board has created an Infrastructure Review Subgroup which will review internal IACP processes to help us select new future operational processes. If you have a background in IT or reviewing internal processes, or have experienced this process yourself, please consider joining this Subgroup! We would love to have your insight!

 IACP President Baylor Rice and President-
Elect Erik Tosh
REGISTER TODAY for IACP's Educational Conference!

WATCH  IACP President Baylor Rice, RPh, FIACP and President-Elect Erik Tosh, BS, RPh, FIACP, FACA , as they urge you to attend IACP's Educational Conference & Inaugural President's Gala , January 24-27, 2018 in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla! #EduCon2018 ! More information and register here

Please join us and your colleagues at the Sonesta Fort Lauderdale Beach for a jam-packed agenda filled with exciting educational sessions and connect with your colleagues during the President's Gala, receptions, and time with IACP exhibitors! The IACP exhibit hall is already sold out and the room block is filling up quickly, so please register now! We look forward to seeing you in Ft. Lauderdale!
Let's Keep the Momentum Going! 
Please Contribute to IACP's One Fund!

IACP Member Alerts
Industry News

Politico - Pulse
  • Alex Azar Faces Skeptics at Senate Hearing - Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle left yesterday's Senate HELP Committee hearing skeptical that the former Eli Lilly executive will take aggressive action against price-hiking drug companies if he's confirmed as HHS secretary.
  • "Everyone says they are going to fix it," said Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), pointing to Eli Lilly's tripling of drug prices under Azar's watch. "You've got some convincing to do to make me believe you're going to represent the American people, and not big pharma."
  • New PhRMA report dings PBMs for high drug prices. The trade association for drug makers, who have faced questions about their high prices, is out with a new report called "Follow the Dollar" that traces the path of health spending and seeks to shift scrutiny to pharmacy benefit managers.
  • "Although PBMs say they prefer lower list prices, as this paper shows, in many cases, the system creates incentives for PBMs to prefer medicines with higher list prices and higher rebates," PhRMA's report says. "As a result, some industry observers and government agencies have questioned whether insurers and PBMs are more focused on the size of rebates than on achieving the lowest possible costs and best outcomes for patients." See the report.
  • Drug shortages post-hurricane focus concerns on FDA disclosure policy. The damage Hurricanes Irma and Maria wrought on Puerto Rico's drug and medical device industry are casting light on what the FDA can and can't say about potential shortages - even in the absence of a devastating storm, POLITICO's Luis Sanchez reports.
  • Express Scripts, the biggest PBM in the United States, and drug distributors have been under pressure by the speculated entry of Amazon into the prescription drug market.
  • "What (Amazon) will see is the magic isn't in lower net prices to consumers," CEO Tim Wentworth said. "It's getting the right drug to consumers and helping them navigate the system." ( 
  • Wentworth was speaking to CNBC at the Forbes Healthcare Summit conference in New York. He made similar comments last month to analysts.
IACP Weekly Roundup

IACP Weekly Roundup provides a new way to keep you up-to-date on IACP's Member Communications! We know you're busy, so we are making sure you don't miss a beat by rounding up all the IACP news that goes out to members in one location to make it easier for you to never miss any news on compounding!  Check out what news your Academy has been sending. 

IACP's Membership Survey has closed. Thank you to all participants and your incredible feedback! We will use YOUR feedback to shape not only the direction of IACP, but also the resources IACP provides, our communications to you, and our events! We are currently in the process of reading every response that was sent in! Stay tuned for a comprehensive results report and how IACP will be implementing your ideas!

Survey Feedback Sneak Peak! - You told us you wanted IACP to create more effective education and legislative platforms! IACP is working on this request and to facilitate this process, we'd like to begin by updating the demographics within your profile. It only takes a moment and will ensure that IACP is always representing your voice and providing the resources you need! Please log-in to the Members-Only site and update your profile. Once you have logged in, click on "Manage Profile" on the right-hand rail, then click on "Edit Bio" and answer the questions housed there. IACP has many ideas that we are working on in the future and it starts with knowing more about you!

TODAY's the LAST DAY! This is the time to join IACP! Beginning Monday, November 20, 2017, IACP will be have a Black Friday / Cyber Monday 25 percent off sale on NEW Memberships! Please use code: CYBERSALE (code is case sensitive) when registering online at Don't delay! These prices won't last long - offer available thru Midnight, 12/01/2017!

New Membership Processes Coming Soon!  We want to make sure that your membership dues are utilized to provide you with all the resources you need! As such, we are revamping some of our membership processes such as going digital for new membership packets and renewals. You may have received a fax blast describing the new renewal process. If you have not received, you can find it HERE. Please take a moment to review these exciting and most cost-effective changes! We will continue to fax and email renewals. In addition, when the new website launches, new members will be directed to a new member packet with videos from IACP Board of Directors, tutorials, and all the latest compounding information! Just more ways we are making sure your membership dues are used to provide the resources that you need. 
In addition, IACP is collecting demographics from our membership in order to better 
serve and protect the art of compounding! The data collected will enhance IACP's focus on current and potential concerns on the local and national levels.

Federal Advocacy
  • DQSA Coalition - Appropriations Update - IACP Members: the Appropriations deadline is rapidly approaching! We are diligently working with the  DQSA Coalition to ensure language is included in  FY 2019 Appropriations that addresses our continuing concerns on how the  Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has not implemented the  Drug Quality & Security Act (DQSA) according to Congressional intent. We will keep our members updated on this process!  
  • IACP's Veterinary Compounding Survey Coming Soon! We have heard your suggestions through the Membership survey, and your Educational Committee has developed a Vet Compounding Survey to make sure IACP is providing the resources you need. Stay tuned for a Member Alert next week, and please take a moment to fill out the survey!  
  • National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) News! - Next Wednesday (December 6) will be DIR (Direct and Indirect Remuneration) Day. NCPA is asking pharmacists to roughly calculate how much they have paid in DIRs thus far this year and communicate that total to their legislators. Help us spread the word! More information here.
  • The U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor & Pensions (HELP) held a hearing this week for the nomination of Alex Azar to serve as Secretary of Health & Human Services (HHS). The International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists (IACP), working with the DQSA Coalition, formally submitted questions for this hearing. Since the passage of the Drug Quality Security Act in 2013, the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has implemented and enforced the law in a manner inconsistent with clear congressional intent expressed during passage of the bill, ignored stakeholder input from dozens of pharmacy and prescriber groups, as well as multiple congressional letters and clear directives in the report accompanying the agency's FY16 appropriations legislation. Please click here to read more.
  • Bipartisan Briefing-Implementation of the Drug Quality and Security Act - A DQSA Congressional staff briefing occurred this morning, reviewing the law since its enactment four years ago. FDA presented an overview as well as a Q&A session. IACP will keep you posted on any developments here.
  • FDA Commissioner Gottlieb Grants DQSA Coalition Meeting Request - IACP Members : Due to the incredible diligence and hard work of the DQSA Coalition , the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner, Scott Gottlieb, MD , has granted our request for a meeting. Read here Dr. Gottlieb's letter sent to David Pore of Hance Scarborough LLP , IACP's D.C. legislative counsel. IACP MEMBERSPlease email us your questions/issues in preparation for this meeting with Dr. Gottlieb. IACP wants to ensure we engage our members in this meeting!
The DQSA Coalition, comprised of more than 30 provider and pharmacy organizations and led by  IACP's Executive Vice President Cynthia Blankenship , was created with a primary goal of ensuring the FDA implements the  Drug Quality & Security Act as Congress fully intended in order to preserve patient access to vital compounded medications.  As such, the DQSA Coalition has steadily worked over the past year to communicate its concerns that patients are being prevented critical access to the essential compounded medications upon which they depend. Please click here to view the letter the DQSA Coalition sent last June to the United States Secretary of Health and Human Services Dr. Thomas E. Price, requesting a meeting to discuss these concerns on behalf of your patients. We are pleased our efforts have resulted in scheduling a meeting with Dr. Gottlieb and will keep you apprised of all updates. IACP is working hard to preserve your patients' access to life-saving compounded medications!
  • API Category 3 List - IACP has heard your feedback from the Membership Survey regarding your concerns about the FDA API Category 3 list that is now being enforced during inspections. Your IACP Legislative Committee is working diligently to analyze the FDA API Category 3 list and will be working on a letter to FDA to address your concerns. Coming soon! 
  • Your Efforts are Making a HUGE Difference! We Now Have 40 HR 2871 Cosponsors! Has Your Representative Signed On? Please send a direct communication to your Member of Congress. HR 2871 will help clarify the Drug Quality & Security Act (DQSA) in a way that will better align the statute with congressional intent and most importantly, better balance public safety and patient access. 
  • Continue to collect patients' stories and let us know if a patient would like to get involved! We need patient stories for our Congressional documents as well as any potential future hearing.  Please let us know if you are willing to be the voice of your patients or whether you know of patients willing to provide quotes or speak on the record!
IACP attended the  Food & Drug Administration's (FDA) Pharmacy Compounding Advisory Committee Meeting last week on November 20-21, 2017 in White Oak, Maryland.  Please click here to view a report that has voting results from the two-day meeting.

PLEASE NOTE: These votes are NOT final.  FDA must release final guidance for 
this to be FINAL. These are the Committee's votes on FDA's recommendations for the API Positive List.

Please also note that IACP and other pharmacy organizations previously let  Congress know that these meetings should be webcast to the public and a webcast was provided over the two-day meeting period. 

Also, as IACP stated within its comments submitted to FDA for the PCAC meeting that you can read here, IACP is still very disappointed that while two PCAC members were allowed to participate via conference call for this meeting, FDA denied all stakeholder participation via conference calls even during the public meeting sections.

IACP will forward additional updates as we monitor the final disposition of these votes as they are presented to FDA. Please email IACP at with any questions.
State Advocacy
  • IACP Submits Comments to Massachusetts State Board of Registration in Pharmacy on Sterile Compounding - The International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists (IACP) submitted comments this week to the Massachusetts State Board of Registration in Pharmacy. The Massachusetts Board of Registration in Pharmacy (Board) within the Department of Public Health (Department) held a public hearing on the Board's proposed new regulation on Sterile Compounding (247 CMR 17.00) on Monday, November 13th. The proposed regulation sets standards for sterile compounding practice, as mandated by M.G.L. c. 112, § 39G. Please read IACP's comments to Massachusetts State Board of Registration in Pharmacy. Thanks to all IACP Members who acted on our member alert and sent their own comments!
  • The DQSA Coalition, a broad cross-section of organizations representing varied healthcare providers, state pharmacy associations, pharmacists and patients, sent a letter to all state Boards of Pharmacy and Medicine, expressing continued concern regarding the Food & Drug Administration's (FDA) implementation of the Drug Quality & Security Act (DQSA) without following Congressional intent. The letter emphasized that FDA's actions consequently are affecting patient access to compounded medications, and causing mass confusion for the States, providers, patients, and pharmacists. Please click here to read more! 
States Respond to DQSA Coalitions Letter to State Boards of Pharmacy and Medicine! Just a few days after sending, a dozen states have responded to the Coalitions Letter to State Boards of Pharmacy and Medicine to date including these states that have responded that the letter will be discussed during the next Board Meeting: Georgia; Pennsylvania; New York; Indiana; and Washington.  
  • Check out IACP's State-by-State Analysis of Office-Use Compounding Regulations! Your Government Affairs team just released a State-by-State Analysis of Office-Use Regulations! We researched State regulations, State notices, State activity, and called State Boards of Pharmacy when regulations conflicted with actions to determine each State's office-use actions. In the instance where a State had recently changed its office-use practices, we called to determine why, and the response was noted when FDA had communicated that State law was pre-empted with Federal law.
You will find two documents - (1) the State-by-State analysis and (2) a complete supplemental document where all State regulations and actions are housed. The State-by-State analysis is a quick reference guide that demonstrates State regulations and current thinking on office-use and all supporting documents to this research can be found in the supplemental document. The DQSA Coalition intends to use this document to see whether model office-use State laws exist, to educate and assist States that are attempting to change office-use practices on the intent of Congress, and to focus on specific states for the State Board of Pharmacy/Board of Medicine Coalition Letter that is coming soon!

IACP provides our members with a we ekly state tracking report - including legislative and regulatory updates! Check out this week's Compounders Stateside report here - you will need to log-in to view this members-only report.
  • USP General Chapter <800> State Adoption Status Chart. NASPA has developed a chart providing each state's current adoption status of USP's General Chapter <800>. Thank you, IACP Affiliate NASPA, for developing this invaluable tool!

Grassroots Advocacy  
  • Tell Your Patients and Providers to sign up for the P3 Patient Advocacy WebsitePatient Advocacy efforts make a real difference. That's why we need our IACP members' help to encourage more people to Join P3 and to Share their Stories! So many of our own IACP members have joined the P3 effort. Share this resource with everyone in your communities - your patients, your providers, your staff, your friends and family. 
  • Your Patients and Providers are asking their Representatives to Support HR 2871 with 525 messages sent to the Hill! Encourage your patients and providers to visit P3's Patient Advocacy Website. Advocates can instantly send a direct message to their Congressional Representatives, asking them to cosponsor the bipartisan legislation, HR 2871. Visit P3's Patient Advocacy Website. It's easy to use and will only take a few minutes to send an important HR 2871 message to Congress. 
  • IACP MEMBERS: We NEED your patient stories to feature on the P3 website - how have compounded medications helped your community? Please email Dagmar Anderson Climo, VP of IACP Communications at
IACP Events & Education

IACP Educational Conference
Sonesta Fort Lauderdale Beach
Fort Lauderdale, Fla
January 24-27, 2018! #EduCon2018

Registration Discount Ends, TODAY!

Advanced Hotel Discount ends December 24, 2017

Register HERE  for IACP's Educational Conference!  Come join us to obtain CE by the Sea! Make plans to attend IACP's Educational Conference in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, January 24-27, 2018! Enjoy southern Florida's soothing coastal ambience at the gorgeous Sonesta Fort Lauderdale Beach with every hotel room providing a gorgeous ocean view! More details here !

Click here for a Educational Conference Schedule Sneak Peek!

NEW!  IACP's Presidents Annual Gala - IACP will be premiering our First Presidents Annual Gala during the Educational Conference on Friday, January 26, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. in the Infinity  Ballroom at the Sonesta Fort Lauderdale Beach. Meet the new IACP Executive Vice President Cynthia Blankenship, Esq., and witness the installation of the IACP Board of Directors Officers! Enjoy an exquisite three-course meal, with your choice of Seared Sirloin Steak with Zinfandel Shallot Reduction, Petit Filet with Herb Grilled Jumbo Shrimp, Grilled Salmon with a  Roasted Garlic-Lime Emulsion, or a delicious Vegetable Pad Thai. One complimentary drink ticket and live entertainment will be included with your Gala reservation. Tickets can be  purchased during registration. Corporate Members - Please contact IACP's Ashlyn Grant  for exciting sponsorship opportunities

Thank you to the following sponsors for their support of the  1st President's Annual Gala:
DoseLogix/Topi-CLICK (Bar Sponsor); Letco Medical (Entertainment Sponsor, Table Sponsor);  My USP 800  (Additional Gala Drink Tickets);  PCCA  (Table Sponsor). 

Thank you, IACP Member and Past IACP President Eldon Armstrong, RPh, FIACP, Sandlapper Consultant Pharmacists, Chapin, SC; and IACP Member Joseph Rossetti, RPh, Boulevard Pharmaceutical Compounding Center, Worcester, Mass., for your individual sponsorship of the 1st President's Annual Gala! And thank you to all members who have purchased Gala tickets! 

Find more information about the President's Gala, including how to attend/purchase tickets, how to sponsor, meal selection, and entertainment details hereAll proceeds from the President's Gala will go to the IACP One Fund.
Save the Date for #CCH2018!

June 23-26, 2018 
999 Ninth Street NW
Washington, DC 20001

The 24th Annual Compounders on Capitol Hill (CCH) will be held June 23-26, 2018 at the Renaissance Washington DC Downtown Hotel! With more than 400 expected attendees, Compounders on Capitol Hill brings together the top-level compounding pharmacists and technicians from across the country with the same goal - to protect pharmacy compounding. 

Network! Reconnect with friends and meet new colleagues who share your passion and interest in protecting, promoting and advancing pharmacy compounding!
IACP Compounder Calendar

IACP's Compounder Calendar is your one-stop resource for all things compounding! Compounder Calendar provides a comprehensive listing of compounding events and continuing education programs.

Corporate Member Spotlight: Letco Medical

Since 1993, Letco Medical has partnered with compounding pharmacies to provide value and service that supports our customers' growth and enables delivery of high quality customized patient care. We offer the highest quality compounding products and supplies with the fastest delivery times in the industry. Our products include an extensive line of chemicals, supplies, equipment, capsules, pre-made topical bases and oral delivery vehicles. Letco Medical was the first supplier in the compounding industry to offer an electronic controlled substance ordering system (CSOS) that saves valuable time and provides faster delivery of controlled substances to our customers.

We pride ourselves on being customer focused and operating with integrity to give our best every day while keeping an eye on the future. Letco Medical is differentiated from the competition by: our industry-leading quality assurance and unblemished record with the FDA; a fully-staffed Professional Services team available to all Letco customers at no cost; a broad and expansive product portfolio; and value-based pricing with no membership fees.

Letco Medical strives to communicate honestly and openly to continue building long-lasting relationships with our customers. Thank you for trusting us as a partner in your compounding pharmacy, and we look forward to growing with you.

Letco Medical - Quality Compounding Starts Here.

IACP Corporate Member Announcement

IACP Corporate Members - we are working to reveal a new structure for Corporate Members to make sure you know how appreciated you are! Thank you to all Corporate Members who completed IACP's recent Corporate Member survey! Your feedback will help us to ensure we're providing the resources you need and the opportunity to effectively assist IACP members! We will be sharing your feedback soon!
IACP Affiliate News 

ACHC/PCAB  Joins Forces with Rxinsider on New
 Video Series

Our desire to connect with the providers we serve today and those we hope to serve in the future, made the decision to collaborate with IACP Affiliate RXinsider an easy one! RXinsider is a publishing and technology company offering fresh and relevant multimedia publications to the pharmacy and healthcare markets. 

With video projected to claim more than 80% of all web traffic by 2019*, ACHC and PCAB decided to leverage RXinsider's Thought Leader Video Series as an engaging platform to deliver the reasons why ACHC is best positioned to be the total accreditation solution for pharmacies.

The video series is segmented into clips that address 12 questions we believe are on the minds of pharmacies in need of accreditation, boards of pharmacy, payors/PBMs and manufacturers. CEO Jose Domingos, PCAB's Jon Pritchett, and National Account Manager, Roy Bigler, provide their thoughts on important questions like:
  • Why do managed care organizations prefer ACHC?
  • How is PCAB promoting safe practices in compounding?
  • How do Distinctions set your pharmacy apart from the competition?
Since 59% of company decision makers would rather watch a video than read an article or blog post*, these short clips will allow us to educate pharmacies and industry stakeholders about ACHC and our programs in a dynamic and more personal format. 

New USP Activities/Resources: Safe Handling of Hazardous Drugs <800>

Coming soon... in 2018
  • Know your exposure: Awareness campaign
  • HazRx™ Mobile App:  At the point of practice tool to identify HDs and take measures to help decrease risk associated with handling hazardous drugs. 

IACP Affiliate Rxinsider

Check out IACP's Affiliate RXinsider's  20 Ways  Winter  Hospital Edition

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