1. Download February Work Group Materials Now

    Attendees are encouraged to review the work group materials before the February 3-5, 2016 work group meetings in San Antonio, Texas. Please make sure to bring copies of the materials with you. Meeting materials will not be distributed on site.

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  2. Recognize Your Fellow Members for Their Hard Work

    Once a year you get the opportunity to recognize members who have gone above and beyond to make NCPDP a great organization. If you have not already done so, please take a few minutes today to nominate these special people for one of the following awards:

    • The Benjamin D. Ward Distinguished Member Award
    • The Rising Star Award
    • The Individual Member Excellence (TIME) Award
    The deadline for nominations is February 5, 2016. Nomination forms can be found on the Member Portal.

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  3. Work Group Co-chair Nominations Closing Soon

    If you are interested in running for an NCPDP Work Group Co-chair position, submit your name, company name, work group for which you are running, a brief biography and an electronic headshot photo to Margaret Weiker by February 5, 2016, the final day of the February work group meetings.

    Information and a submission form are available in the Member Portal.

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  4. Accepting Applications for 2016-2017 Mentorship Program

    The next Mentorship Program starts in May 2016 and the application deadline for both mentors and mentees is March 11, 2016. Space is limited, so be sure to apply early.

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  5. What is EDvocacy?

    Several years ago, NCPDP coined the term EDvocacy to describe our efforts to educate industry leaders and policymakers about NCPDP and our success in creating solutions to industry challenges through our multi-stakeholder, consensus-building forum.  Since then, members have had questions about EDvocacy, and in particular, have asked if NCPDP is lobbying.  NCPDP does not lobby.

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