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Pharmacy Podcast Network (PPN) is a first in the history of podcasting and the pharmacy industry as the first network dedicated to the pharmacist professional about the business of pharmacy. 25+ podcast channels and 70,000+ listeners with 30+ podcast co-hosts, the PPN is the leading the healthcare space worldwide as the most influential podcast network. 

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Jan 16, 2013

The International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists (IACP) is an association representing more than 2,700 pharmacists, technicians, students, and members of the compounding community who focus upon the specialty practice of pharmacy compounding.  Compounding pharmacists work directly with prescribers including physicians, nurse practitioners and veterinarians to create customized medication solutions for patients and animals whose healthcare needs cannot be met by manufactured medications.

David G. Miller, RPh
Executive Vice President and CEO
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David G. Miller, RPh, works with our volunteer Board and leadership to set and execute the IACP agenda.  Whether working on legislation on Capitol Hill, acting as compounding pharmacy’s liaison to other pharmacy and medical organizations, or defending against overzealous government regulation, his primary responsibility is always keeping the professional and proprietary business interests of IACP members first and foremost.

His philosophy is “what’s the right thing to do for our patients?” As a pharmacist, he knows that preserving the traditional art and science of customized medication solutions is essential for good health outcomes.  As the CEO for IACP, he knows that creating programs and services for IACP members which help them better serve their community will result in stronger practices.