COPA’s more than 800 diverse members receive valuable resources, calls, and meetings to help them navigate an increasingly complicated oncology environment and maximize pharmacy operations. Pharmacists, pharmacy staff, practice administrators, and other affiliated practice professionals volunteer their time to lead COPA’s peer-to-peer network and committees.
COPA members also have exclusive access to legal support and templates for tackling pharmacy issues such as PBMs, network access, and DIR Fees that challenge their ability to serve patients. Strategic partnerships also provide COPA members with tools to maintain oncology specialty pharmacy certification with payers and PBMs and supporting a clinically integrated network and meetings.
COPA is an initiative of the Community Oncology Alliance (COA), the nation’s only non-profit organization solely dedicated to advocating and supporting independent community oncology and urology practices and the patients that they serve. Through COA, COPA members receive a powerful voice in advocacy with elected officials and key regulatory agencies at the state and federal levels.