Arkansas Test to Treat, Example of Practice Transformation Opportunity

Now is the time to embrace change and ramp up clinical programs as states expand pharmacy practice and health plans contract for value-based services, says Duane Jones, Arkansas CPESN Luminary. Jones, who also serves on CPESN USA's Executive Committee, gives Arkansas' test to treat law as an example of opportunity amid rapid market change. Credentialed pharmacists are paid on the medical side for office visits to treat strep, flu, and Covid-19. "Call your local network. Call your Managing Network Facilitator. Get involved."

Arkansas CPESN Pharmacists Jones, Wolf Featured by Drug Topics

29 Oct 2022

Arkansas CPESN pharmacist Jett Jones, owner of The Medicine Shoppe in Jonesboro, Arkansas, and clinical pharmacist Jill Wolf were featured and quoted in an October 2022 article posted on the Drug Topics website. Click here for the story entitled, “Power in Numbers.”

Arkansas CPESN Facilitator Smith Named Preceptor of the Year

06 Oct 2022

Arkansas CPESN Managing Network Facilitator Megan G. Smith was the recipient of the Preceptor of the Year Award by the NCPA Foundation. Smith is a pharmacist at The Pharmacy at Wellington in Little Rock, Arkansas. See the announcement below.