This Board appointed council is responsible for pursuing and managing organizational legislative initiatives. This council also manages relationships with partner organizations and monitors and provides input into legislative issues having impact on the CPNP membership and the neuropsychiatric pharmacy profession. Development of organizational positions and strategic alliances, monitoring, and grassroots communication plans are the responsibility of this council.

You can review information on the current Committee Members and their Charges by downloading the PDF version.

Charges to the Government Affairs Council

Participate in efforts with ACCP to promote CMM as mechanism to secure reimbursement for pharmacist services.
Work with ACCP and other coalition members to identify bill sponsors.
Distribute messaging and calls to action as provided through the coalition.
Monitor developments in Medicare and Medicaid and prepare responses for Board consideration.
Membership Communication
Recommend areas where the CPNP Board needs to take a position and where a position is established, distribute information and calls for action on legislative issues impacting the profession.
Complete a government affairs and policy audit utilizing the services of District Policy Group (DPG). Analyze the results in cooperation with DPG and identify next steps for implementation in late 2016 and 2017.