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ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The National Community Pharmacists Association has expanded its membership.
The group said the Pharmacy Providers of Oklahoma has signed up all of its members. PPOk members, NCPA said, now will have access to:
Financial benchmarking, via the NCPA Digest, sponsored by Cardinal Health;
Exclusive peer-to-peer Members Forum discussions and updates on healthcare-reform implementation;
Programs, such as Dispose My Meds prescription drug disposal; and
Discounts on the best pharmacy meetings in the industry.
“PPOk’s leadership and many of its pharmacies have long been supporters and members of the NCPA, and we’re excited to now have all of its members on board,” said Robert Greenwood, NCPA president. “With so many changes and challenges before us, independent pharmacy must demonstrate strength in numbers and work together for our profession and our patients. We’re glad to have PPOk join us in our efforts to make our voices heard.”