Post Scrip: The ASPL Pharmacy Law Podcast

American Society for Pharmacy Law (ASPL)

Post-Scrip is the podcast of The American Society for Pharmacy Law. ASPL is an organization of attorneys, pharmacists, pharmacist-attorneys and students of pharmacy or law who are interested in the law as it applies to pharmacy, pharmacists, wholesalers, manufacturers, state and federal government and other interested parties. ASPL is a non-profit which encourages diversity & inclusion with the Society, regardless of differing backgrounds, perspectives, experiences, orientations, origins, and practice settings. The Society embraces participation and diversity as it leads to advancing our purpose: Furthering knowledge in the law related to pharmacists, pharmacies, the provision of pharmaceutical care, the manufacturing and distribution of drugs, and other food, drug, and medical device policy issues; Communicating accurate legal educational information; and Providing educational opportunities for pharmacists, attorneys, and others who are interested in pharmacy law. read less
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S2E10 - Jennifer L. Adams, PharmD, EdD | Post-Scrip: The ASPL Pharmacy Law Podcast
06-10-2023
S2E10 - Jennifer L. Adams, PharmD, EdD | Post-Scrip: The ASPL Pharmacy Law Podcast
In this episode of Post-Scrip, Henry introduces Jennifer L. Adams, PharmD, EdD.  Henry and Jennifer discuss the upcoming Empowering Pharmacists: The Continuum of Prescriptive Authority.Pharmacist prescriptive authority is a topic that has gained significant attention in recent years, as many healthcare professionals recognize the important role that pharmacists can play in improving patient care. With prescriptive authority, pharmacists can prescribe medications and adjust existing prescriptions, which can result in more timely and effective treatment for patients and increased access to healthcare services. Pharmacists in the U.S. practice in a broad array of regulatory environments, as the practice of pharmacy and pharmacist prescriptive authority is regulated by state legislatures and state agencies.As states consider regulation of pharmacist prescriptive authority and increasing pharmacists’ scope of practice, the overarching regulatory model used in the state can facilitate or hinder regulation of pharmacist prescriptive authority. Regulating pharmacy practice with a standard of care regulatory model allows for a more streamlined regulation of advanced clinical services such as pharmacist prescribing.Attendees will leave with skills to articulate how pharmacist prescribing in a standard of care regulatory model allows pharmacists to improve public health through access to healthcare services.Join us at the 34th annual conference:  Developments in Pharmacy Law Seminar , November 2-5, 2023 in San Antonio, Texas
Post-Scrip: The ASPL Pharmacy Law Podcast | S1E9 - Mark Ogunsusi, PharmD, Esq. &  William H. von Oehsen, Esq. - Powers Pyles Sutter and Verville PC
21-10-2022
Post-Scrip: The ASPL Pharmacy Law Podcast | S1E9 - Mark Ogunsusi, PharmD, Esq. & William H. von Oehsen, Esq. - Powers Pyles Sutter and Verville PC
Today we welcome Mark Ogunsusi, PharmD, Esq. and  William H. von Oehsen, Esq. with Powers Pyles Sutter and Verville PC. Mark and Bill give insights to their conference talk unpacking Critical Policies, Arguments, and Expectations regarding Section 340B of the Public Health Service Act. Enacted in 1992, Section 340B entitles certain safety-net providers to purchase from manufacturers outpatient drugs at a deeply discounted ceiling price defined by the 340B statute. Drug manufacturers agree to provide the 340B discount in exchange for their drugs being reimbursed under the Medicaid and Medicare Part B programs – two important markets for most manufacturers. For nearly three decades, the safety net hospitals and clinics participating in the 340B program – referred to as “covered entities” in the statute -- have dispensed their 340B drugs through independent pharmacies operating under contract with covered entities. These contract pharmacy arrangements allow covered entities to extend the reach of their 340B pharmacy programs to more patients and are especially important for hospitals and clinics that lack their own in-house pharmacies. Finally, the presentation will discuss federal and state bills aimed at curbing the manufacturers’ restrictive policies, and key predictions for the future of 340B contract pharmacy arrangements.The 33rd annual American Society for Pharmacy Law Developments in Pharmacy Law seminar will be held November 3-6 at the Naples Grande Beach Resort in Naples, FL. The Seminar is being held in-person this year! Don't miss this opportunity to learn, share and network with seasoned legal and pharmaceutical professionals.  Attendees will have the opportunity to earn up to 15 hours of ACPE and CLE continuing education credits.  We look forward to having you join us in November!
Post-Scrip: The ASPL Pharmacy Law Podcast | S1E5 - Marty Allain, JD & Jennifer Baumgartner, PharmD, BCPP with REAL Solutions Group
12-10-2022
Post-Scrip: The ASPL Pharmacy Law Podcast | S1E5 - Marty Allain, JD & Jennifer Baumgartner, PharmD, BCPP with REAL Solutions Group
We are pleased to be joined today by Marty Allain, JD and Jennifer Baumgartner, PharmD, BCPP with REAL Solutions Group to share a bit about their careers and their upcoming talk at the National Conference entitled "Pharmacist Prescriptive Authority: Give Me That Pen!"The slow, methodical grind of expanding pharmacist prescribing authority sounds eerily like a train gaining scant momentum on a rusty iron track. But progress is upon us as COVID has proven pharm​acy to be an effective and easily accessible wellness destination while select states continue to expand prescribing authority. The fight is ongoing throughout State Houses around the country. Medical associations battle, scheme, and harass non-physician professions into submission legislative session after session, but history will prove that doctors were on the wrong side of progress. The presentation will provide a brief overview of the history of pharmacist scope of practice along with insights on pharmacist prescribing regulation and engagement around the continuum of pharmacist prescriptive authority. Pull out our Rx pads and pens, pharmacists, it’s time to write! The 33rd annual American Society for Pharmacy Law Developments in Pharmacy Law seminar will be held November 3-6 at the Naples Grande Beach Resort in Naples, FL. The Seminar is being held in-person this year! Don't miss this opportunity to learn, share and network with seasoned legal and pharmaceutical professionals.  Attendees will have the opportunity to earn up to 15 hours of ACPE and CLE continuing education credits.  We look forward to having you join us in November!
Post-Scrip: The ASPL Pharmacy Law Podcast | S1E3 - Scott Pace, PharmD, JD - Impact Management Group / Kavanaugh Pharmacy
07-10-2022
Post-Scrip: The ASPL Pharmacy Law Podcast | S1E3 - Scott Pace, PharmD, JD - Impact Management Group / Kavanaugh Pharmacy
In this episode of Post-Scrip, our host Henry Hine is joined by Scott Pace, PharmD, JD of Impact Management Group / Kavanaugh Pharmacy. Scott gives us a preview of his upcoming presentation of Test & Treat  for community pharmacies and shares a bit about his fascinating background in the industry. Pharmacy-based Test and Treat programs increase access to health care by allowing pharmacists to perform appropriate assessments and diagnostic tests and to treat patients based on the results of those tests. Throughout COVID-19, pharmacies have stepped up to close a gap in care and improve health equity throughout the United States. Many states lack the regulatory framework to continue this valuable patient care service in the absence of the PreP Act allowances. This program will serve to review the regulatory framework of Arkansas and Florida and provide lessons learned for other states to work with regulatory agencies to maintain this standard of care.   Scott will be presenting with Jeff Mesaros, PharmD, JD - Ro  to dive deeper into this topic at the ASPL National Conference. The 33rd annual American Society for Pharmacy Law Developments in Pharmacy Law seminar will be held November 3-6 at the Naples Grande Beach Resort in Naples, FL. The Seminar is being held in-person this year! Don't miss this opportunity to learn, share and network with seasoned legal and pharmaceutical professionals.Attendees will have the opportunity to earn up to 15 hours of ACPE and CLE continuing education credits.We look forward to having you join us in November!