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What is PharmPAC?

PharmPAC, short for the Pharmacy Political Action Committee, is the state affiliated political action committee of the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association.

 

PharmPAC empowers pharmacists, pharmacy students, pharmacy technicians, and others to shape their political environment through contributions to candidates running for state office. By aggregating voluntary donations and supporting candidates who advocate for the pharmacy profession, PharmPAC advances the interests of pharmacists and the patients they serve.

 

PharmPAC is non-partisan in its evaluation of candidate support. The program and platform of each individual candidate on pharmacy issues, rather than a party label, determines whom PharmPAC supports. PharmPAC does not buy votes!  PharmPAC does help us have an active voice in the political process.

 

        

 

 

Please remember that all donations to PharmPAC should be made as “hard money” contributions (i.e. contributions made through either a personal credit card and/or personal check).

 

 

Attention Students

Join the 1878 Society today to easily support PPA advocacy efforts and contribute to PharmPAC! To join the Society, make a one time (or more) contribution of at least $18.78 to PharmPAC and your name will be added to our special 1878 Society membership. Click here to learn more and join today!

 

 

How has PharmPAC Helped Pharmacists?

PharmPAC recently advocated for and helped pass legislation that:

  • Requires PBMs to register in PA
  • Increases MAC and generic pricing transparency
  • Establishes uniform audit standards
  • Increases the PACE professional dispensing fee to $13
  • Expands drug take-back locations
  • Improves the PBMP for pharmacists
  • Allows for substitution of interchangeable biological products

Click here for a full summary of recent legislative successes!

 

 

What is PharmPAC Currently Advocating For?

  • Fighting for Fair Pharmacy Reimbursement
  • Expanding Pharmacist-Provided Immunization Opportunities
  • Medication Synchronization
  • Pharmacy Technician Registration
  • Strengthening Act 207 of 2012
  • PBM Transparency
  • PACE Modernization and Expansion

Click here for more information on our current legislative priorities!

 

 

Contributions for PharmPAC are voluntary expenditures and are not deductible for federal tax income as a charitable contribution. The Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association Political Action Committee complies with applicable laws and files regular reports with the Bureau of Elections.

 

 

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