APC’s annual DC fly-in has gone virtual
...and that means there are NO EXCUSES for not being there.
We are going to make Congress hear us, and your voice is going to be part of it. We need Congress to hear compounders loud and clear.
There's a lot riding on this.
NO EXCUSES. No plane ticket. No TSA.
Compounders. Cannot. Be. Silent.
If we aren't on the phone, in the mailboxes, in the faces of Congress, we will lose these fights.
- The Tricare clawbacks aren't over.
- FDA still wants to overregulate animal compounding.
- The future of cBHT is up in the air.
- There's that crazy MOU that FDA expects states to sign.
So we're going to...
- EXPLAIN why NASEM's cBHT study is flawed and no basis for regulation.
- ENLIST Congress to rein in Tricare and stop the egregious clawbacks.
- COUNTER the FDA’s unsupported claim that it should regulate animal compounding.
- STOP the FDA’s MOU on interstate shipments of compounded drugs before it even start.
- REMIND Congress who stepped up when Covid-19 caused nationwide drug shortages.
You'll love the price.
CCH Virtual is only $99 for anyone, member or not.
That gets you a half day of conferences (three hours of CE credit) and as many live, virtual visits with members of Congress as you're willing to attend.
NO EXCUSES. No dress code.
The CCHV Introductory Event
When: Thursday, September 10, from 1:00 to 7:00 pm (EDT)
- Three hours of continuing education covering some of the most important topics in pharmacy law and regulation — and including an advocacy panel with industry lobbyists and a legal update
- A visit with Congressman Buddy Carter (tentative, but likely)
- Special event: An interactive fundraiser for CompPAC featuring congressional candidate and compounding pharmacist Diana Harshbarger ($250 per person)
- Corporate partner showcases from PCCA, Medisca, and Letco
NO EXCUSES. No Lyft. No Uber. No parking lots.
Targeted Virtual Hill Visits
When: September 11 to November 1, 2020
We can't meet with all 535 members of Congress. We have a better plan: We're targeting 50 members of Congress who sit on key committees — committees that have influence over federal regulation related to compounding.
The 50 are members of Congress who know our issues. They are people who have records of supporting compounders and their patients.
Your job: Paint a picture. Connect what you do in your pharmacy with the policy issues in front of them. Explain what we need them to do.
We'll do all the work in scheduling your meetings. You only need to tell us which ones you can attend. Best of all, these live meetings with lawmakers will do more to advance pharmacy compounding advocacy priorities than we could ever do without you!
Make your voice — make your profession — heard in Washington.
Cancellation Policy/Refund Policy: Refunds are limited to conference fees paid. Cancellations may be submitted at any time, and must be submitted to APC in writing (email@example.com). All refund requests must be submitted in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. All refunds will be remitted by check. To qualify for a full refund of registration fees paid less a $30 administrative fee, a written cancellation must be received by APC no later than 11:59 PM PST on Tuesday, September 8, 2020. No refunds will be given for cancellations received after September 8, 2020.