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ACCP-PAC PRN Challenge Final Result!

Congratulations to the Winners of the 2022 PRN ACCP-PAC Challenge.

In conjunction with the ACCP Global Conference in San Francisco, ACCP-PAC organized the 2022 Political Action Committee (PAC) PRN Challenge to determine which PRNs can generate the greatest PAC support.

Throughout the challenge, PRN members who made a PAC contribution online could designate a PRN to receive credit for their contribution. The challenge recognized two winners:

  • The Ambulatory Care PRN won the contest for the total dollars raised!
  • The Community-Based PRN won the contest for the greatest percentage of PRN members who contributed!

The winning PRNs will receive coveted preferential time slots for their Business Meetings at the 2023 ACCP Annual Meeting.

Thank you to everyone who supported the PAC in 2022. A special thanks to all the PRN leaders who joined us for the PAC Captains Breakfast at the ACCP Global Conference Meeting in San Francisco. We are excited about this renewed effort to develop a core of focused leaders to drive participation in our advocacy efforts.

Why Does ACCP Have a PAC?

In 2010, the ACCP Board of Regents took the decision to establish ACCP-PAC to allow the College to be active supporting the campaigns of members of congress who share our core values and policy vision, just as we are active in asking for the support of these elected officials in helping to advance our shared policy goals. Running for federal office is expensive and members of congress rely on contributions from PACs to fund their campaigns.

ACCP-PAC is non-partisan and supports candidates regardless of political party affiliation. ACCP-PAC is member-driven and its strategic policy decisions - including those related to which candidates receive financial contributions from ACCP-PAC - are made by the PAC Governing Council.

PAC contributions allow ACCP members to collectively donate to support members of congress who understand that medication optimization by “getting the medications right” is central to the success of team-based patient-centered, quality-driven health care delivery and payment.

To learn more and make a contribution, visit the ACCP-PAC website at