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The American Pharmacists Association is the largest association of pharmacists in the United States advancing the entire pharmacy profession.

Membership: Pharmacists, pharmaceutical scientists, student pharmacists and pharmacy technicians

Governance: 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization, governed by a 15-member Board of Trustees. Its House of Delegates (411 members plus alternates) meets annually to determine overall policy.

Location: Washington, D.C.

Founded: October 6, 1852 in Philadelphia, PA

2020 Annual Report

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Leadership

Executive Vice President and CEO: Scott Knoer
President (2021-2022): Sandra Leal
Board of Trustees
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APhA joins pharmacy associations to offer condolences to families of pharmacist and two others killed in Maryland Read more

APhA joins pharmacy associations to offer condolences to families of pharmacist and two others killed in Maryland

The American Pharmacists Association joined the leaders and members of 16 other pharmacy organizations to extend its deepest condolences to the families of Brian and Kelly Robinette, of  Ellicott City, Md., and Rebecca Reynolds of Cumberland, Md. Police say Mr. Robinette, a community pharmacist, was killed by a sibling who was upset that Mr. Robinette was administering COVID-19 vaccines.

Break up PBM oligopolies, APhA tells FTC Read more

Break up PBM oligopolies, APhA tells FTC

WASHINGTON, DC— Vertically merged pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) use their highly concentrated market power to dominate, deceive, and maybe even defraud, American Pharmacists Association (APhA) CEO and Executive Vice President Scott Knoer told Federal Trade Commission (FTC) leaders at a roundtable today.

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