NPA’s advocacy focuses on the issues that affect your practice, your pharmacy, and your profession:
  • Provides information on issues that impact your ability to support high-quality care within your full scope of practice to pharmacists, consumers, and policymakers.
  • Collaborates with other Nebraska healthcare provider groups on issues impacting healthcare and the challenges your patients face.
  • Proactively ensures recognition of the value of pharmacy professionals through collaboration with diverse national pharmacy organizations.
  • Discusses complex pharmacy work environment issues with Nebraska's Congressional Delegation, Nebraska State Senators, the Governor, and the Attorney General.

NPA Workgroups

Medical Cannabis
Led by NPA member, Jim Wilson, RP, this group meets to evaluate the provisions of the ballot initiative. 

Pharmacy Benefit Manager (PBM)
Led by Compound Network Chair, Tim Redline, PharmD, this group meets to discuss PBM issues.

Provider Status
Led by NPA member, Katie Reisbig, PharmD, BCPS, this group meets to discuss the goal of attaining provider status for Nebraska pharmacists.

Transitions of Care
How can we improve transitions of care in Nebraska? Led by Mackenzie Farr, PharmD, this group meets to discuss possible solutions.
Did you know? Every pharmacy must provide access to all reference materials appropriate for the accurate, efficient, and safe practice of pharmacy or any specialty practice of pharmacy in the facility.  These references must also be up-to-date and available at all times.  You can find these references by searching online, but why do that when you can order the NPA Pharmacy Law Manual? This manual contains the Nebraska statutes and regulations pertaining to pharmacy practice. It is organized by topic and indexed to assist you with your law questions. For ease of use, each section contains statutory information followed by supporting regulations on topics such as pseudoephedrine, fees, technicians, controlled substances, and more. To order a Nebraska Pharmacy Law Manual, click here.