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  • Commercial Insurance to Reimburse for Pharmacist-Provided Services in Kentucky

    On March 18, 2021, Kentucky House Bill 48: An Act relating to reimbursement of pharmacist services sponsored by pharmacist and Representative Danny Bentley1, was signed by Governor Beshear. The passage of this bill followed three years of legislative advocacy by the Kentucky Pharmacists Association and the Advancing Pharmacy Practice in Kentucky Coalition (APPKC), an advocacy group of pharmacy stakeholder organizations in Kentucky, including the Kentucky Pharmacists Association, the Kentucky Society of Health System Pharmacists, the Kentucky Board of Pharmacy, the American Pharmacy Services Corporation, the Sullivan University College of Pharmacy, and the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy’s Center for the Advancement of Pharmacy Practice.

  • Clark Kebodeaux Joins AACP’s Prestigious Leadership Development Program

    Clark Kebodeaux, PharmD, BCACP, has been selected to participate in AACP’s 2021-2022 Academic Leadership Fellows Program. Kebodeaux joins the 18th cohort of 30 individuals who represent some of academic pharmacy’s brightest future leaders from around the country.

  • College of Pharmacy Hires New Practice Implementation Pharmacist

    Dr. Kyle Bryan (PharmD 2019) recently accepted a new role as a Practice Implementation Pharmacist at the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy after completing his formal education and post-graduate training. His new position focuses on assisting pharmacists in all areas of practice with the implementation of the recently approved House Bill 48.

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