Government and Professional Affairs is an important aspect of ACCP because it positions us to advance clinical pharmacists consistent with their Standards of Practice.
ACCP Medication Optimization Initiatives
ACCP has established a comprehensive set of initiatives that will pursue policy and payment reform to recognize the direct patient care services of qualified clinical pharmacists. Click here
to learn more.
Congressional Healthcare Policy Fellow Program
A Partnership of Virginia Commonwealth University, the American College of Clinical Pharmacy and the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists.
Fellows participate in an orientation program put on by the Brookings Institute, followed by one month with the ASHP government affairs staff and one month with the ACCP government and professional affairs staff. The remainder of the year is spent working on the staff of a Congressional committee or the personal staff of a U.S. Senator or Representative. Click here for more information.
Legislative Action Center
Find your local elected officials, stay informed on important issues and legislation, get media contact information and more at the Legislative Action Center
ACCP Political Action Committee (PAC)
Learn more about ACCP’s PAC and make a contribution online. Click here to visit the PAC Web site. (In order to comply with Federal Election Commission (FEC) regulations we require you to sign into the PAC Web site using your ACCP.com credentials.)