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PSW exists to proactively address and influence changes in health care policy and to provide its members with the resources necessary to prepare for and react to a dynamic pharmacy profession.
What’s in it for you? Professional and political advocacy, practice interest networks, continuing education programs, networking and leadership opportunities, e-news and regular professional publications. Most importantly, PSW provides a unified voice that draws on the strength of all Wisconsin’s pharmacy professionals.
If you’ve thought about becoming a member, Join now! You’ll be supporting yourself and all of Wisconsin pharmacy as we continue to advance and represent the profession in our state.
WPQC, an initiative of PSW, is an innovative solution to improving health care outcomes and reducing health care costs for patients throughout the state of Wisconsin. WPQC is designed to establish and maintain quality practice standards for the pharmacy and pharmacist; enhance pharmacy workflow processes to generate time for pharmacists to spend on direct patient care activities; focus educational training on chronic conditions and high-risk patient populations; and redirect pharmacists to engage patients in their own care. By doing so, payer and community pharmacy incentives are aligned.
What's in it for you?
As a member of WPQC, you are integral to changing the way pharmacy is practiced and is recognized. You will build stronger professional relationships with your patients and members of the health care team, improve the quality of your practice site, improve the health and health outcomes of your patients and will reduce the costs of health care for your patients and the participating health plans.
If you've thought about becoming a member, Join now! If you're an existing member, Renew Today! You'll be supporting the establishment of community pharmacies as medication therapy management centers, the elevation of the role of community pharmacists as medication therapy managers, and the improvement of medication use by patients.