Designed for those in community pharmacy practice, this event will offer 8 hours of CPE credit from nationally-known experts on provider status, enhanced revenue, implementing Ideas, clinical networks, navigating DIR fees, ownership advice, and pharmacy financing.
Designed to develop open dialogue between pharmacists and lawmakers, the 2021 Pharmacist Legislative Day will be held live from 8:30 am - 1:00 pm on Wednesday, November 17 at the Sheraton Columbus Hotel on Capital Square. Learn about current legislation impacting the practice of pharmacy in Ohio and how to communicate the impact of provider status and the value of pharmacists on patient and public health.
Join OPA's Entrepreneurship Center for a Professional Networking Event. The evening will include appetizers, live music, strategic partner booths, and OPA TED Talk: "Creating a Side Hustle". A cash bar is available. You will have the opportunity to meet OPA's Entrepreneurship Center Advisory Board and network with business owners and strategic partners. Attendance at this inaugural event offered by the Entrepreneurship Center is free!
Federal, state and other resources for administering the COVID-19 vaccines are available using the link below.
Join your colleagues from around the state, in person, for six hours of continuing pharmacy education (CPE) at OPA’s Midyear Meeting at the Makoy Center in Hilliard, Ohio. Session topics include law update, patient/medication safety, pediatric behavioral health, HIV treatment, endocrine disorders, and COVID/flu.
OPA Office - 2674 Federated Blvd, Columbus, OH 43235
COhatch Polaris, 1554 Polaris Pkwy Suite 325, Columbus, OH 43240
Makoy Center, 5462 Center Street, Hilliard, Ohio 43026
OPA is pleased to report that after more than a year of discussions, the Ohio Department of Medicaid (ODM) is implementing the tiered dispensing fees that were passed in the state budget bill last year.
OPA is actively participating in implementation efforts of provider status programs across the state. In 2019, SB 265 was signed which formally recognizes pharmacists as providers in Ohio. The bill helped remove barriers that have prevented health plans, hospitals, and healthcare teams from integrating and utilizing the expertise of the pharmacist. See the latest updates, view testimonials by colleagues, find media coverage and resources for the rollout of provider status for Ohio pharmacists by clicking the headline above.
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