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Meet Phil Mypockets

Dear Colleague, By now, I hope you’ve seen Phil Mypockets and visited They are part of the new Prescription Drug Benefit campaign we launched last week. We trust you’ve found our effort interesting, informative, and funny. You should consider writing a letter

Some common patient complaints regarding mail order pharmacies

Alexandria, Va. – Sept. 12, 2012 Some common patient complaints regarding mail order pharmacies and their captive consumers’ lack of choice to switch to another pharmacy if they encounter poor service are highlighted in a new video released today by the National Community Pharmacists

Newest Video #3

October 30th, 2012

REMINDER: Use FDA E-file to Verify Part D Claims:

Beginning September 1st, CMS will be utilizing FDA’s online NDC Structured Product Labeling Data Elements (NSDE) file to edit Part D prescription drug event data (PDEs). Currently, CMS uses First Databank and MediSpan to edit NDCs on PDEs. Starting in

CPE Monitor:

On January 1st, 2013, the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) will require all CE Providers to upload CE credits to CPE Monitor.  To do this, all Pharmacists & and Pharmacy Technicians MUST register and obtain a CPE#.   If you

2949 State Board of Pharmacy #16A-5428:

  Electronic Prescribing of Controlled Substances (Final-Omit) was unanimously approved. Jim Smith, regulatory analyst, explained the regulation would allow pharmacies to accept electronic prescriptions for Schedule II controlled substances, bringing them in line with Schedule III-V drugs. Smith said that following

CSOS Reminder:

It is illegal for anyone to use another’s user name & password when placing orders on CSOS.  Each person using CSOS must have their own and use the proper Power of Attorney.  Call the office for a copy of the Power of